reposted from the deathly quiet HSA board:I agree it's quiet, but I don't see any messages this year from you on there - are you sure you posted this there?How much can we contribute to HSAs? Do I get to contribute $5950 to my HSA and she gets to contribute $3000 to her HSA, or do we get a total of $5950 as a family?I believe $5950 total as a family.She can do $3k and you $2950.Or she can do $0 and you $5950.http://www.ustreas.gov/offices/public-affairs/hsa/faq_contri...(example 2 is like your situation, but uses $5800 amount because it's a 2008 example)Also there is notice 2008-59http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-drop/n-08-59.pdfLook at Q&A-17A-17. The maximum annual HSA contribution limit for a married couple if onespouse has family HDHP coverage and the other spouse has self-only HDHP coverageis the § 223(b)(2)(B) statutory maximum for family coverage. The contribution limit isdivided between the spouses by agreement. See § 223(b)(5) and Notice 2004-50,Q&A-32. This is the result regardless of whether the family HDHP coverage includesthe spouse with self-only HDHP coverage.
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