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2016 Inflation Adjustments

Following recent announcements by both the IRS and the Social Security Administration, we now know most of the dollar amounts that employers will need to administer their benefit plans for 2016. The key dollar amounts for retirement plans and individual retirement accounts (“IRAs”) are shown on the front side of this card.

Employee Benefits Plans – 2015 Inflation Adjustments

Following recent announcements by both the IRS and the Social Security Administration, we now know most of the dollar amounts that employers will need to administer their benefit plans for 2015.

IRS Announces 2015 Amounts for HSAs, HDHPs, and Out-of-Pocket Limits; Creates Another Trap for HDHP Sponsors

In Revenue Procedure 2014-30, the IRS has announced the 2015 inflation-adjusted amounts for health savings accounts (“HSAs”) and qualifying high deductible health plans (“HDHPs”), all as determined under Section 223 of the Internal Revenue Code. The maximum annual out-of-pocket expense amounts for all “essential health benefits” under non-grandfathered health insurance plans and policies will also increase for the 2015 plan and policy years. Unfortunately, there will now be a “disconnect” between the maximum HDHP out-of-pocket amount and the maximum amount allowed under other non-grandfathered plans.

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