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Should you stop HSA contributions for a 65 year old?

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Should HSA contributions stop for a 65 year old employee?
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Not necessarily. An employee enrolled in Medicare is no longer eligible for an HSA; however, that employee could continue to make contributions after age 65. The webinar will cover the complexity of HSA owners turning 65, including an Age 65 Worksheet that explains the rules in detail.
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HSAs for Employer Groups: What You Need to Know

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