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The IRS has published new versions of various publications used by tax payers to assist them in preparing their 2015 income tax returns. These also can serve as a reference for participants in health care flexible spending accounts, dependent care assistance plans and health savings accounts during the year.
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Categories: Benefits in General, Compliance | Tags: IRS , FSA , HRA , HSA

IRS Announces 2015 HDHP and HSA Limits

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In Revenue Procedure 2014-30, the IRS has announced the calendar year 2015 inflation adjusted contribution maximum amounts for a health savings account (HSA) and the accompanying high deductible health plan (HDHP) minimum deductible and maximum out-of-pocket (OOP) thresholds.
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Categories: Benefits in General, Compliance | Tags: IRS , HDHP , HSA

New Guidance for Health FSA Rollover and HSAs

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In a memorandum released March 28, 2014, the IRS provides guidance for how a health FSA rollover can apply to an employee who would otherwise be eligible to make health savings account (HSA) contributions.
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Categories: Benefits in General, Compliance | Tags: FSA , Rollover , HSA
In Revenue Procedure 2013-25, the IRS announced the inflation adjusted limits, under Code Section 223, for high deductible health plans (HDHPs) and health savings accounts (HSAs) that apply to calendar year 2014.
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Categories: Health Care Reform, Benefits in General, Compliance | Tags: HDHP , HSA

HSA vs. HDHP

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The issue: Is an HSA the same as a high deductible health plan (HDHP)?
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Categories: Benefits in General | Tags: HSA

HSAs and Health Care Reform

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Now that the Supreme Court has decided the fate of the Affordable Care Act (aka health care reform), how does health care reform affect Health Savings Accounts (HSAs)?
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Categories: Health Care Reform | Tags: HSA

MLR’s Potential Effect on HRAs and HSAs

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The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) contains Medical Loss Ratio (MLR) provisions that require insurance companies to spend at least 80% of revenue on health care for small employers and 85% of revenue for large employers. If the insurance company fails to meet these new standards, the new provision will require the insurance companies to provide a rebate beginning in 2012.
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Categories: Health Care Reform | Tags: Medical Loss Ratio , HSA , HRA
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