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If you're on an HSA-compatible health insurance plan already, or considering one, it's important for you to know what the new contribution limits are.

Here's what you're allowed to contribute in 2013:

$3,250 (Individual)
$6,450 (Family)

If you're 55+, you're also permitted a $1,000/year "catchup" contribution.

Finally, remember that if you were covered by an HSA during 2012, you have until you file your tax return in 2013 to make your final contributions for 2012. If you have some extra cash to put in there, you're not too late.

And for answers to any of your questions about your HSA plan, or whether such insurance makes sense for you, just contact us.
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