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Thanks to the ongoing inflation, employees will be able to contribute more money into their health savings accounts (HSAs) next year. HSA contribution limits for 2025 will see a small inflation-adjusted jump, the IRS announced. The annual limit on HSA contributions for self-only coverage will be $4,300, a slight increase from the $4,150 limit in 2024.

The small increase comes on the heels of HSA contribution limits getting their biggest-ever boost in 2024, when the limit jumped from $3,850 in 2023 to $4,150 for individuals. Employees (ages 55 and older) are allowed catch-up contributions, depositing an extra $1,000 to their HSAs in 2025.

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