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High Deductible Health Plan and Health Savings Account Contribution Limits Set for 2017

The IRS announced the 2017 inflation adjusted amounts for a high deductible health plan (?Ç£HDHP?Ç¥) and health savings account (?Ç£HSA?Ç¥) contribution limits in Revenue Procedure 2016-28, as follows:

  • Minimum HDHP deductibles ?Çô $1,300 self-only; $2,600 family (no changes from 2016)
  • HDHP out-of-pocket maximum limits ?Çô $6,550 self-only; $13,100 family (no changes from 2016)
  • Annual HSA contribution limits ?Çô $3,400 self-only; $6,750 family ($50 increase for self-only; no change to family contribution limit from 2016)

Revenue Procedure 2016-28 is available here.

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