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The HSA owner
The HSA owner’s family members
The HSA owner’s employer
Any other person including a “non-individual”
Yes. An individual may contribute to his/her HSA outside of payroll deductions by contributing online or by mail. (See “How are contributions made?”) However, they should be sure to monitor their contributions to ensure they do not exceed IRS annual contribution limits.
The deadline for contributions is the federal income tax deadline, generally on April 15 each year.
Medicare enrollment is what disqualifies an individual from being eligible to contribute to his/her HSA. Eligibility alone doesn’t impact their being able to contribute to their HSA. *Please note that an individual cannot opt out of Medicare Part A without opting out of all Social Security benefits.
Contributions can be made online, via pre-tax payroll deduction or by mail.
Individuals should allow up to 10 business days for accessing their first contribution. After we have verified their account and processed their first contribution, we will process future contributions more quickly. (3-4 business days for ACH pulls and 2-3 business days for wires.)
To transfer funds from another HSA: