2020 HSA Limits and ACA Out-of-Pocket Maximum

2019-06-05T11:05:25+00:00

The Internal Revenue Service released its 2020 Health Savings Account Inflation Adjustment Limits. A comparison of the 2019 and 2020 limits are listed below. The ACA maximum out-of-pocket limits have also been adjusted. The ACA uses a different adjustment calculation than the IRS when setting HSA limits year over year.

2020 HSA Limits and ACA Out-of-Pocket Maximum2019-06-05T11:05:25+00:00

Proposals on Many Wish Lists

2019-04-04T08:00:12+00:00

Now that the makeup of the new Congress has been decided, many employers are hoping Washington can work together to address a few of their important concerns. High on many lists, especially those belonging to large employers, would be doing away with the Cadillac Tax on high-cost health plans once and for all. While implementation [...]

Proposals on Many Wish Lists2019-04-04T08:00:12+00:00

House Passes Two Bills to Expand HSA Coverage

2018-07-26T16:59:58+00:00

Yesterday, the House passed two bills that would expand HSA coverage: The Restoring Access to Medication and Modernizing Health Savings Accounts Act of 2018 (HR 6199) This Act would: Allow plans flexibility in providing first dollar coverage up to $250 for a single and $500 for a family for additional services, such as those related [...]

House Passes Two Bills to Expand HSA Coverage2018-07-26T16:59:58+00:00

Help Pass the HSA Improvement Act

2018-05-16T21:45:08+00:00

On March 1, Representatives Mike Kelly (R-PA) and Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) introduced H.R. 5138, the Bipartisan HSA Improvement Act. The legislation includes several provisions NAHU has advocated in recent years to address issues with HSAs and employer-sponsored coverage. The legislation seeks to promote flexibility, encourage innovation and expand access to HSAs by aligning HSA regulations [...]

Help Pass the HSA Improvement Act2018-05-16T21:45:08+00:00

2019 HSA Limits and ACA Out-of-Pocket Maximum

2018-05-14T15:13:46+00:00

The Internal Revenue Service released its 2019 Health Savings Account Inflation Adjustment Limits. A comparison of the 2018 and 2019 limits are listed below. The ACA maximum out-of-pocket limits have also been adjusted. The ACA uses a different adjustment calculation than the IRS when setting HSA limits year over year.

2019 HSA Limits and ACA Out-of-Pocket Maximum2018-05-14T15:13:46+00:00

What’s Hot and What’s Not

2018-03-15T09:00:06+00:00

The new year is a good time to look at the benefits larger companies are using to attract and retain good people. According to their 2017 Employee Benefits report, the Society for Human Resource Management tells us that HSAs, wholesale generic drug programs for injectable drugs, standing desks and genetic testing for chronic diseases are [...]

What’s Hot and What’s Not2018-03-15T09:00:06+00:00

Rapid Growth for HSAs

2017-11-09T18:19:03+00:00

Health savings accounts are hot, with nearly two-thirds of respondents to a Plan Sponsor Council of America survey saying they believe that even those without a high deductible health plan should qualify. A benefit often cited by employers and employees alike is that HSAs can be a valuable part of one’s retirement strategy, since healthcare [...]

Rapid Growth for HSAs2017-11-09T18:19:03+00:00

Why employees should max out HSA contributions

2017-09-13T18:15:58+00:00

The article below was published on September 13, 2017 by Employee Benefit News, written by Robert Lawton. With healthcare open enrollment season quickly approaching, 401(k) plan sponsors may want to spend some time educating participants on the use of health savings accounts. If you offer a high-deductible health plan to your employees, they probably have [...]

Why employees should max out HSA contributions2017-09-13T18:15:58+00:00