2021 HSA Limits: Cost-of-Living Adjustments Released by IRS
2021 HSA Limits
The IRS has issued Revenue Procedure 2020-32 (2021 HSA limits), which provides the 2021 cost-of-living contribution and coverage adjustments for HSAs, as required under Code Section 223(g). Many items have increased for 2021.
|Health Savings Accounts||2020||2021|
|Self-only coverage annual minimum deductible||$1,400||$1,400|
|Self-only coverage maximum out of pocket||$6,900||$7,000|
|Self-only coverage maximum HSA contribution||$3,550||$3,600|
|Family coverage annual minimum deductible (Family coverage can include a spouse and any dependents)||$2,800||$2,800|
|Family coverage maximum out of pocket||$13,800||$14,000|
|Family coverage maximum HSA contribution||$7,100||$7,200|
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