The IRS announced an increase to the maximum HSA contribution limits for the 2023 calendar year in Revenue Procedure 2022-24
The individual contribution limit has been raised from $3,650 to $3,850. The family contribution limit has been raised from $7,300 to $7,750.
In addition to the rise in HSA contribution limits, the IRS also increased the minimum deductible and out-of-pocket maximum thresholds for plans to qualify as a High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP).
Flexible Spending Accounts (Health Care FSAs, Dependent Care FSAs, Parking and Transit plans) were not affected.
Baker Tilly Vantagen is prepared to support our partners in light of this change and will be updating our portal to reflect these new contribution limits.
This change is situated far away from the busy annual enrollment period for many employers, which makes announcing it also a great time to focus on HSA education. The target audience is better positioned now to absorb concepts like the triple tax advantage, investment options and eligibility requirements than it will be later. Strike now while the “iron is hot” when it comes to helping employees open up to HSAs.
If you have questions about this update or need expert help, contact our team.
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