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HSA contribution limits for 2022

This table shows historical data for HSA contribution limits from the current year all the way back to the first year in 2004. Please note that the max contribution is different if you're single or married.

We've also included the catch-up contribution for each year, which is an additional amount the government allows you to contribute each year if you're 55 or older.

All data has been sourced from the IRS and is updated as new information and limits come out.


Year Cont. Limit (single) Cont. Limit (married) Catch-up Cont.
2023$3,850$7,750$1,000
2022$3,650$7,300$1,000
2021$3,600$7,200$1,000
2020$3,550$7,100$1,000
2019$3,500$7,000$1,000
2018$3,450$6,900$1,000
2017$3,400$6,750$1,000
2016$3,350$6,750$1,000
2015$3,350$6,650$1,000
2014$3,300$6,550$1,000
2013$3,250$6,450$1,000
2012$3,100$6,250$1,000
2011$3,050$6,150$1,000
2010$3,050$6,150$1,000
2009$3,000$5,950$1,000
2008$2,900$5,800$900
2007$2,850$5,650$800
2006$2,700$5,450$700
2005$2,650$5,250$600
2004$2,600$5,150$500

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Disclaimer

This page is intended to be an educational reference only. Please check with your HSA administrator or health insurance provider if you have any questions about your plan's specific contribution limits.