You’re responsible for making sure that the contributions you make to your HSA do not exceed your contribution limits. You’ll need to make sure the distributions you receive from your HSA do not exceed the qualified medical expenses that you pay for yourself, your spouse, and your dependents. You’re also responsible for maintaining records to prove to the IRS that your HSA contributions and distributions do not exceed applicable limits. Check here to verify what those limits are each year.
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