Yesterday, the IRS announced the HSA limits for 2018. The changes from the 2017 limits are as follows:
Individual coverage: $3,450 ($50 increase from 2017)
Family coverage: $6,900 ($150 increase from 2017)
Individual coverage: $1,350 ($50 increase from 2017)
Family coverage: $2,700 ($100 increase from 2017)
Maximum out-of- pocket exposure
Individual coverage: $6,650 ($100 increase from 2017)
Family coverage: $13,300 ($200 increase from 2017)
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