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Healthcare Benefits

Employee Benefits

Healthcare FSAs and HSAs

The combination of a Healthcare Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and a Health Savings Account (HSA) is a great way to maximize your savings this year and in the future. But there are rules guiding your participation in both accounts.

Which one is right for you?
Account type Annual Contribution Limits* Insurance Coverage Requirements Portability End of Year Balances
Healthcare FSA

$2,750 for individuals or families

Different limit may apply to you according to your employer's plan

You must be eligible to enroll in your employer's group health insurance plan Annual account might be forfeited if you change jobs or retire Dependent upon your employer's plan

$3,600 for individual coverage

$7,200 for family coverage

$1,000 additional catch-up contribution if 55 or older as of January 1, 2021

High-deductible health plan required Account is yours to keep even if you change jobs, switch healthcare plans or retire Balances carry over year-to-year indefinitely


*Annual contribution limit

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