HSAs and FSAs are both great savings vehicles that can help you reduce medical expenses. When it comes to determining which account is right for you, it’s important to weigh the benefits of each account. Let’s review! What is a Flexible Spending Account (FSA)? A Flexible Spending Account, also known as an FSA, gives you… Continue reading HSA or FSA: What Should You Choose?
On May 21, 2020, the IRS announced the 2021 HSA contribution limits for Health Saving Accounts (HSA). The following increases are effective January 1, 2021: 2021 HSA Contribution Limits Individuals with single HDHP coverage will see a $50 increase in the annual contribution limit, bringing the maximum limit to $3,600 for 2021. Families with family… Continue reading 2021 HSA Contribution Limits Announced
Use EZ Scan to scan the barcode of any product to see if it's eligible or ineligible under IRS guidelines. Determining product eligibility just got a little easier thanks to the latest enhancement with P&A's mobile app. Using EZ Scan, participants can scan the barcode of any product to see if it's an eligible or… Continue reading P&A’s Mobile App Adds EZ Scan Eligibility Checker
Do you find yourself swamped with participant complaints and questions? Are employees’ accounts not accurate, leaving you with extra work to do? Do your phone calls and e-mails to your vendor go answered? If the company you’re using isn’t working with you the way it should, then it’s time for a change. Partnering with the… Continue reading 6 Reasons to Partner with P&A Group
The IRS announced new inflation-adjusted amounts under the Tax Cuts and Job Act of 2017, which modified the contribution amounts to the below plans. These changes are retroactive to January 1, 2018. Adoption Assistance Flexible Spending Account The maximum amount that may be excluded from an employee's gross income under an employer-provided adoption assistance program… Continue reading New Inflation-Adjusted Amounts Announced
Last week the IRS released the inflation-adjusted limits for Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) in 2018. The increases for the 2018 are as follows: Annual Contribution Single: $2,450 Family: $6,900 HSA Minimum Deductible Single: $1,350 Family: $2,700 HSA Maximum Out-of-Pocket Expenses Single: $6,650 Family: $13,300 Looking Ahead If the ACA replacement bill gets passed in the… Continue reading New HSA Limits Announced for 2018; Possible Changes Proposed