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OK, trying to figure out how to report/resolve a small excess contribution to my 2020 HSA.

I took "distributions" to pay for healthcare expenses in 2020, so am I good to go, or do I need to have paperwork completed by HSA administrator to show the excess contribution was removed (along with extra earnings) or does the "removal" have to be explicitly for the purpose of resolving the excess contribution?

Anyone with experience with HSA excess contributions?

Thanks,
Mark
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