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Source of HSA funds doesn’t matter

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Are HSA custodians required to differentiate between employer and employee HSA contributions?
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No. HSA custodians must treat all of the following types of contributions the same for the purposes of IRS contribution reporting: (1) employer contributions, (2) employee payroll deferral contributions, and (3) contributions made directly by the employee or others on behalf of the employee. Some custodians’ internal reporting systems might differentiate between these types of contributions as the information could be useful for a number of purposes.
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First published on 05/14/2017

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