2022 HSA Contribution Limits

2022 HSA Contribution Limits

In 2022, participants of health savings accounts (HSA) and flexible spending accounts (FSA) are eligible to increase their contributions per the Internal Revenue Service. Every year, the IRS reviews and makes any necessary changes to the contribution limits for these types of plans. These changes are based on the cost-of-living adjustments from the IRS.

HSA and FSA Contribution Limits

The IRS changes to the contribution limits for 2022 are as follows:

20212022Change
HSA Individual Plan Limit$3,600$3,650+$50
HSA Family Plan Limit$7,200$7,300+$100
HSA Catch-Up (over 55)$1,000$1,000 no change
FSA – Health$2,750$2,850+$100
FSA – Dependent Care$5,000$5,000 no change
2021 vs 2022 HSA & FSA Plan Contribution Limits

Knowing these new limits is important for businesses to stay compliant. Download our individual help cards to have on the go!

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Additional Changes

IRS changes to the contribution limits for retirement plans can be found here.

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