The Treasury Department and IRS issued new guidelines for people contributing to a Health Savings Account (HSA) in 2010.
2010 Health Savings Account Health Plan Requirements
For 2010, in order to contribute to an HSA, your minimum deductible on health insurance from all sources (including health reimbursement arrangements [HRAs]) must be at least $1,200 (self-only coverage) or $2,400 (family coverage).
The annual out-of-pocket maximum on your high deductible health plan (HDHP) cannot exceed $5,950 (self-only coverage) or $11,900 (family coverage).
2010 Health Savings Account Contribution Requirements
The maximum annual HSA contributions from all sources for 2010 are $3,050 (self-only coverage) or $6,150 (family coverage).
Please see the US Treasury Index Amounts for additional information.
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