May 05, 2016
On April 29, 2016, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released Revenue Procedure 2016-28 to announce the inflation-adjusted limits for health savings accounts (HSAs) and high deductible health plans (HDHPs) for 2017. These limits include:
These limits vary based on whether an individual has self-only or family coverage under an HDHP. The minimum deductible and maximum out-of-pocket limits for HDHPs will not change for 2017 plan years. The only limit that will change for 2017 is the HSA contribution limit for individuals with self-only coverage under an HDHP, which will go up by $50.
The following chart shows the HSA/HDHP limits for 2017 as compared to 2016. It also includes the catch-up contribution limit that applies to HSA-eligible individuals who are age 55 or older, which is not adjusted for inflation and stays the same from year to year.
|Type of Limit||2016||2017||Change|
|HSA Contribution Limit||Self-only||$3,350||$3,400||Up $50|
|HSA Catch-up Contributions
(not subject to adjustment for inflation)
|Age 55 or older||$1,000||$1,000||No Change|
|HDHP Minimum Deductible ||Self-only||$1,300||$1,300||No Change|
|HDHP Maximum Out-of-Pocket Expense Limit
(deductibles, copayments and other amounts, but not premiums)
 higher minimum deductible amounts may apply for California insurance policies to comply with California state law requirements
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