May 15, 2009
Question of the Week: What Are the 2010 Health Savings Account Inflation Adjustments?
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Vision Payroll

This week’s question comes from Joel, an HR director. We just implemented a Health Savings Account plan at our company. We know the amounts employees can contribute for 2009. What are the 2010 Health Savings Account inflation adjustments? Answer: the Internal Revenue Service recently released Rev. Proc. 2009-29 which contained the 2010 inflation adjusted amounts for Health Savings Accounts or HSAs.

The annual limitation on deductions will increase from $3,000 in 2009 to $3,050 in 2010 for those with self-only coverage. Those with family coverage will have the deduction limitation increase from $5,950 to $6,150.

The definition of a high deductible health plan will change from one with a minimum deductible of $1,150 in 2009 to $1,200 in 2010 for self-only coverage and from $2,300 to $2,400 for family coverage.

The annual out-of-pocket limitation for 2010 will also increase from $5,800 in 2009 to $5,950 for those with self-only coverage; the out-of-pocket limitation for family coverage will increase from $11,600 to $11,900.

Contact Vision Payroll if you have any questions on Rev. Proc. 2009-29 and the changes to HSAs for 2010.


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