2017 HSA Contribution Limits

December 27, 2016

 

The 2017 limits related to health savings accounts (“HSA”) and the corresponding high deductible health plans (“HDHP”) are as follows:
HSA Contribution Limit

  • Single: $3,400 (an increase of $50 from 2016)

  • Family: $6,750 (no change from the 2016 limit)

  • Catch-up contributions for those age 55 and older remains at $1,000

HDHP Minimum Deductible (not applicable to preventive services)

  • Single: $1,300 (unchanged from 2016)

  • Family: $2,600 (unchanged from 2016)

HDHP Maximum Out-of-Pocket Limit

  • Single: $6,550 (unchanged from 2016)

  • Family: $13,100* (unchanged from 2016)

*If the HDHP is a non-grandfathered plan, a per-person limit of $7,150 will also apply due to the ACA’s cost-sharing provision for essential health benefits.

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