The contribution limit for self-only HDHP coverage remains at $3,450. If you have a family plan on a HDHP you can contribute up to $6,900. It’s not too late to get this in if you haven’t filed your taxes yet for 2018. I encourage you to talk to your accountant/CPA to see what your tax savings might net you, but it’s worth the conversation.
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