The Internal Revenue Service recently released a notice outlining 2010 minimums and maximums for health savings accounts plans and high-deductible health plans.

For calendar year 2010, the annual HSA contribution limit for an individual with self-only HDHP coverage is $3,050, up $50 from 2009. For an individual with family coverage under a HDHP, the new limit is $6,150, up $200 from 2009.

The 2010 minimum on HDHP deductibles, for self-only HDHP coverage, jumped to $1,200 (up $50 from 2009), and $2,400 (up $100 from 2009) for family coverage. The 2010 maximum on HDHP out-of-pocket expense increased to $5,950 (up $150 from 2009) for self-only HDHP coverage and $11,900 ($300 from 2009) for family HDHP coverage.

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