Don't overpay on your taxes Don't overpay on your taxes

It is not too late to save on your taxes by contributing to your HSA for 2016. Lower your taxable income and make a contribution to your HSA by April 18.

2016 Contribution limits
Individual $3,350
Family $6,750

How much does it save?

Comparing two families with the same yearly income of $50,0001, it is easy to see how much you can save:

Family one Family two
Family one earns $50,000 and contributes $0 to an HSA. They miss out on tax savings and are fully taxed on $50,000. Family two earns $50,000 and contributes $2,000 to an HSA for the medical expenses they paid that year. They are taxed on $48,000 and will save $500 on taxes.
Tax savings: $0 Tax savings: $500

1Based on a 30% tax bracket, actual savings will depend on your taxable income and tax status. Be sure to consult a financial professional before making savings decisions.

One-time contribution

To make a one-time contribution from your personal checking or savings account, complete one of the following:

  • Mail a check payable to HealthEquity along with the HSA contribution form.

    HealthEquity, Attn: Member Services
    15 W Scenic Pointe Dr, Ste 100
    Draper, UT 84020
  • Fax the HSA contribution form to 801.727.1005.

  • Log in to your account
    and select 'Make Contribution.'

    Login

Resources

HSA contribution calculator
Determine how much you can save by contributing to your HSA

HSA contribution form
Fill out the HSA contribution form and return by mail or fax

Don't miss out on these savings, contribute to your HSA today.