On 5/4/2017, the IRS released Revenue Procedure 2017-37, which announced the new 2018 health savings account (HSA) contribution and high-deductible health plan (HDHP) limits, as well as the new annual out-of-pocket figures.


2018 Annual HSA Contribution Limits

  • $3,450 for self-only coverage under a HDHP (increase of $50 from 2017)
  • $6,900 for family coverage under a HDHP (increase of $150 from 2017)


2018 HSA Catch-up Contribution Limit (age 55 and over)

  • $1,000 (no change from 2017)


2018 Annual HDHP Minimum Deductibles

  • $1,350 for self-only coverage (increase of $50 from 2017)
  • $2,700 for family coverage (increase of $100 from 2017)


2018 Annual Out-of-Pocket Maximums

  • $6,650 for single coverage (increase of $100 from 2017)
  • $13,300 for family coverage (increase of $200 from 2017)


These limits will be effective 1/1/2018.


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Bonnie Mangels – Bonnie is the Corporate Counsel and Senior Compliance Manager for Sequoia. When not inundated in paperwork and legal briefs, her interests include arts and crafts, bunnies, and the Bay Area.