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  • 2020 HSA & HDHP limits

    The IRS recently released Health Savings Account (HSA) and High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) limits for 2020. Health Savings Accounts For 2020, the HSA maximum …

  • IRS 2019 Plan Limits Released

    The IRS has finally released the FSA and Transportation maximum benefit limits for 2019. Here are the 2019 annual limits for employee benefit plans, including: …

  • House Passes Bills to Improve Health Savings Accounts

    The House of Representatives recently passed two bills that expand and improve access to Health Savings Accounts (HSAs). HR 6199 includes the following: Allowing HSA …

  • 2019 HSA Limits & ACA Affordability

    The IRS recently released Health Savings Account and ACA Affordability amounts for 2019. Health Savings Accounts Self-Only Coverage Family Coverage Catch-Up age 55+ 2018 $3,450 …

  • IRS Restores 2018 Family HSA Contribution Limit

    The IRS just issued Revenue Procedure 2018-27, which restores the 2018 family HSA contribution limit back to the originally announced limit of $6,900. In March …

  • IRS Lowers 2018 Family HSA Contribution Limit

    The IRS just issued Bulletin No. 2018-10, which makes several changes that affect employee benefit plans due to revised inflationary adjustments. The 2018 HSA maximum …

  • IRS Provides Transition Relief for Maryland HSAs

    As we have been reporting, a new insurance mandate took effect in Maryland on January 1, 2018 that requires 100% coverage for male sterilization without applying …

  • Keller Testifies to Preserve Maryland HSAs

    This past week, the Maryland Senate and House held hearings on several bills that affect the qualified status of High Deductible Health Plans (HDHPs) and …

  • Urgent Action Needed to Save HSAs in Maryland

    Please contact your Maryland state legislators about a very important benefits issue! Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) that are paired with Maryland-based medical plans are in …

  • Cafeteria Plan Benefits

    Section 125 of the Internal Revenue Code created cafeteria plans, which enable employers to offer their employees a choice between taxable and qualified non-taxable benefits. …

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