If I’m covered by Medicaid or a similar government insurance program, can I open and contribute to an HSA?
If my spouse or child is enrolled in Medicaid (or similar public program), do I lose my HSA eligibility?
If my spouse is enrolled on his or her employer’s traditional Health FSA, do I lose my HSA eligibility?
If my domestic partner (or ex-spouse) is enrolled on his or her employer’s traditional Health FSA, do I lose my HSA eligibility?
If my employer offers a Post-Deductible Health FSA that I am enrolled in, do I lose my HSA-eligibility?
My employer offers an HSA-qualified medical plan paired with a Health Reimbursement Arrangement, or HRA. Am I HSA-eligible?
If I cover a non-spouse (such as a domestic partner, ex-spouse or adult child under age 26 who’s not my tax dependent) and that person is eligible to open and contribute to an HSA, how much can we contribute to our respective HSAs?
I have Family coverage under my HSA-qualified medical plan, but I’m the only one who’s HSA-eligible. Do I contribute the self-only or family coverage amount?
My spouse is enrolled in Medicare and thus isn’t HSA-eligible. Can I reimburse his or her expenses tax-free from my HSA?
My adult child remains covered on my medical plan but is no longer my tax dependent. Can I reimburse his or her eligible expenses tax-free from my HSA?
I’m divorced and responsible under court order for my ex-spouse’s medical expenses. Can I reimburse those expenses tax-free from my HSA?
How far back can I go to reimburse an eligible expense tax-free and what are the deadlines for requesting reimbursement?
What if my eligible expenses exceed my HSA balance? Do I lose the opportunity to reimburse those expenses tax-free from my HSA?