This month's Benefits Buzz discusses the newly released health savings account and high deductible health plan limits for 2021, and COVID-19 guidance for Section 125 midyear election changes.
On May 20, 2020, the IRS announced the inflation-adjusted limits for HSAs and high deductible health plans (HDHPs) for 2021. This Legal Update video explains further.
This Benefits Insights article provides a brief overview of how the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has affected health savings accounts.
This Compliance Overview includes a chart that summarizes key HSA features for 2020, including employee eligibility rules, annual contribution limits, distribution rules and potential tax benefits.
IRS Notice 2019-45 expands the preventive care benefits that can be provided by a high deductible health plan (HDHP) without a deductible. This video explains further.
This month's HR Brief includes the 2020 HSA limits and explains the value of emotional intelligence in the workplace.
Benefits Bulletin is a quarterly newsletter that covers hot benefit topics in depth. This issue includes information about the health savings account and high deductible health plan limits for 2020, the Trump administration's moves toward better health care price transparency, the upcoming due date for PCORI fees and information about measuring employee engagement.
This month's Benefits Buzz explains the inflation-adjusted health savings account and high deductible health plan limits for 2020 and discusses the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's plans to issue amended regulations related to wellness program incentives by December 2019.
The IRS has released the inflation-adjusted limits for HSAs and HDHPs for 2020. These limits include: (1) the maximum HSA contribution limit, (2) the minimum deductible amount for HDHPs, and (3) the maximum out-of-pocket expense limit for HDHPs. This Compliance Bulletin shows the new limits for 2020, as compared to the limits for 2019.
The ACA imposes a maximum dollar limit on employees' salary reduction contributions to a health FSA. Although the ACA set this limit at $2,500, the limit is indexed for cost-of-living adjustments each year. On Nov. 15, 2018, the IRS announced that, for taxable years beginning in 2019, the dollar limit on employees' salary reduction contributions to a health FSA will increase to $2,700. This ACA Compliance Bulletin explains the indexed health FSA limit for 2019.
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