Section 1. Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement, and Modernization Act of 2. Pub. L. No. 1. 08 1. Internal Revenue Code to permit eligible individuals to establish Health Savings Accounts HSAs for taxable years beginning after December 3. Notice 2. 00. 4 2, 2. Blank-Generic-Fax-Cover-Sheet.jpg' alt='Blank Cover Sheet Sec Form Free Download' title='Blank Cover Sheet Sec Form Free Download' />Fill Form 3355, download blank or editable online. Sign, fax and printable from PC, iPad, tablet or mobile with PDFfiller Instantly No software. Try Now Fill Form 2062, download blank or editable online. Sign, fax and printable from PC, iPad, tablet or mobile with PDFfiller Instantly No software. Try NowI. R. B. 2. HSAs in question and answer format. This notice addresses additional questions relating to HSAs. OUTLINE TABLE OF CONTENTSThe following is an outline of the questions and answers covered in this notice I. Eligible Individuals Q A 1. 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Government retiree and enrollment in Medicare Part B Q A 5. Eligible for medical benefits from VA Q A 6. Coverage under TRICARE Q A 7. HDHP and coverage for one or more specific diseases or illnesses Q A 8. Permitted insurance and insurance contracts Q A 9. HDHP and discount cards Q A 1. Employee Assistance Programs EAPs, disease management programs and wellness programs Q A 1. Payroll period other than a calendar month. II. High Deductible Health Plans HDHPs Q A 1. Family HDHP coverage defined Q A 1. State high risk pools and HDHPs Q A 1. Lifetime limit on benefits under HDHPs Q A 1. Annual and lifetime limit on specific benefits under HDHPs Q A 1. Payments in excess of usual, customary and reasonable UCR amounts Q A 1. HDHPs without express limit on out of pocket expenses Q A 1. HDHPs and pre certification requirements Q A 1. HDHPs and increased coinsurance payments Q A 2. Cumulative embedded deductibles and out of pocket maximum Q A 2. Amounts incurred before satisfying deductible and out of pocket maximum Q A 2. Deductible credit for short year Q A 2. Deductible credit after changes in category of coverage Q A 2. HDHP deductible and coverage period longer than 1. Q A 2. 5. HDHPs and discounted prices. III. Preventive Care Q A 2. Preventive care and treatment of related conditions Q A 2. Drugs or medications as preventive care. IV. Contributions Q A 2. Contributions on behalf of eligible individuals Q A 2. State government contributions and high risk pools Q A 3. Calculating maximum HSA contributions for family coverage Q A 3. Contribution rules for family HDHP coverage and ineligible individuals Q A 3. Dividing HSA contributions between spouses Q A 3. Contribution limit if covered by both HDHP and post deductible HRA Q A 3. Computation of net income on HSA excess contributions Q A 3. Withdrawal of nonexcess HSA contributions. V. Distributions Q A 3. Distributions for spouse or dependents covered under non HDHP Q A 3. Mistaken HSA distributions Q A 3. Use of distributions where both spouses have HSAs Q A 3. Deferred distributions for expenses incurred in prior years Q A 4. Distributions for qualified long term care insurance premiums Q A 4. Deduction limits under section 2. Q A 4. 2. Distributions for long term care services Q A 4. Distributions for retirees self insured retiree coverage Q A 4. Distributions to pay health insurance premiums by individuals with end stage renal disease ESRD or disability Q A 4. Distributions to pay Medicare premiums. VI. Comparability Q A 4. Matching employees HSA contributions Q A 4. Matching contributions under cafeteria plans Q A 4. Comparability and health assessments, disease management or wellness programs Q A 4. Comparability and health assessments, disease management or wellness programs under a cafeteria plan Q A 5. Comparability and catch up contributions Q A 5. Comparability and full time employees working less than 1. Q A 5. 2. Testing period for making comparable contributions Q A 5. Comparability and eligible individuals coverage under employers HDHP Q A 5. Comparability and after tax employee contributions. VII. Rollovers Q A 5. Frequency of rollovers Q A 5. Trustee to trustee transfers. VIII. Cafeteria Plans and HSAs Q A 5. FSA requirements and HSAs Q A 5. Section 1. 25 change in status rules Q A 5. HSA offered as new benefit under cafeteria plan Q A 6. Accelerated HSA contributions by employer Q A 6. Negative elections for HSAs. IX. Account Administration Q A 6. Model forms for HSAs Q A 6. No joint HSA for husband and wife Q A 6. Multiple HSAs Q A 6. Permissible investments for HSAs Q A 6. Commingling HSA funds Q A 6. Prohibited transactions and account beneficiaries Q A 6. Prohibited transactions and trustees or custodians Q A 6. Administration fees withdrawn from an HSA Q A 7. Administration fees and contribution limits Q A 7. Administration fees paid directly. X. Trustees and Custodians Q A 7. Insurance company qualifying as HSA trustee or custodian Q A 7. Limit on annual HSA contributions acceptable by trustee or custodian Q A 7. Tracking maximum annual contribution limit for a particular account beneficiary Q A 7. Tracking account beneficiarys age Q A 7. Return of mistaken distributions Q A 7. No restrictions on rollovers from HSA Q A 7. Acceptance of rollover contributions Q A 7. No restrictions on HSA distributions for qualified medical expenses Q A 8. Restrictions on frequency or amount of distributions. XI. Other Issues Q A 8. Determining eligibility and contribution limits by employer Q A 8. Recoupment of HSA contributions by employer Q A 8. HSAs and section 1. Q A 8. 4. HSA contributions and SECA tax Q A 8. HSA contributions and the EIC Q A 8. Patch Alien Shooter 2 Conscription Unlock more. HDHP and cost of living adjustments Q A 8. HSAs and bona fide residents of Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, American Samoa, the U. S. Virgin Islands, Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Q A 8. C corporation contributions to HSAs of shareholders. Q 1. If an employer offers an employee a choice between a low deductible health plan and a high deductible health plan HDHP, and the employee selects coverage only under the HDHP, is the employee an eligible individual under section 2. A 1. Yes, if the employee is otherwise an eligible individual. To determine if an individual is an eligible individual, the actual health coverage selected by the individual is controlling. Thus, it does not matter that the individual could have chosen, but did not choose, a low deductible health plan or other coverage that would have disqualified the individual from contributing to an HSA. Q 2. May an otherwise eligible individual who is eligible for Medicare, but not enrolled in Medicare Part A or Part B, contribute to an HSA A 2. Yes. Section 2. Medicare. Under this provision, mere eligibility for Medicare does not make an individual ineligible to contribute to an HSA. Rather, the term entitled to benefits under Medicare means both eligibility and enrollment in Medicare. Thus, an otherwise eligible individual under section 2. Medicare Part A or Part B may contribute to an HSA until the month that individual is enrolled in Medicare. Example 1. Y, age 6.