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IRS Announces 2023 Limits for HSAs

This week, the IRS released IRS Rev. Proc. 2022-24, which includes the 2023 limits for health savings accounts (HSA) and high-deductible health plans (HDHP). Below is a comparison of the 2022 and 2023 limits for HSAs and HDHPs. The catch-up contribution limit for HSAs remains at $1,000 for the 2023 plan year. Interested in learning more about...

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Nationwide, many employers are choosing to offer HSAs and HSA-qualified high-deductible health plans. However, employers and employees often have several questions regarding adding an HSA into the mix. Read on to learn the top things you need to know before introducing a successful HSA offering. Q1. What’s the best way to communicate an HSA offering?…

At an orientation session for my first real job out of college, many (many) years ago, an HR manager explained to our new hire class the benefit of investing in the company 401(k) plan. For a 20-something living paycheck to paycheck, seeing any dollar amount, no matter how small, disappear into an investment vehicle instead…

There are three common types of savings account plans employees choose from, depending on what’s offered under their employer’s benefit plan. They are: Flexible Spending Account (FSA) Health Savings Account (HSA) Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) Although they each have their own unique benefits, they are all alike in that they are tax-advantaged. In plain English,…

Flexible spending accounts (FSA) and health savings accounts (HSA) are creatures of the federal tax code, which is notoriously complicated. To try to make things easier, we in the benefits industry sometimes use shorthand, but sometimes these only complicate things further, especially to those unfamiliar with benefits suchs as FSAs and HSAs. Especially confusing are…