Due to “unanticipated administrative and financial burdens,” the IRS has restored the HSA Family Contribution Limit to $6,900.
The revision eliminates a major incentive for employers to offer transportation fringe benefits to their employees.
On October 31, 2017, the IRS issued Notice 2017-67 which announced the new deadline and provided additional guidance on QSEHRA requirements.
The most applicable adjustments announced in Revenue Procedure 2017-58 are listed.
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Knowing the pros and cons of making contributions through payroll and contributions through your employer can set you up to save hundreds in taxes each year.
Victims of Hurricane Harvey and Irma may qualify for certain tax relief concerning their employee welfare benefits.
Although High Deductible Health Plans are considered by many to be second-class insurance, a properly designed plan that incorporates a HSA and employer contributions can be a win-win for employers and employees.