There are two tax forms you'll need to file your taxes and another form you'll need to save with your tax records. You can get copies of your most recent tax forms by logging into your account and following the links to your statements. Here is more information on each form.
IRS form 8889
File this form with your income taxes to report year-to-date contributions and distributions from your HSA.
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IRS form 1099-SA
This form provides you with the total distributions that were made from your HSA. You will receive a separate 1099-SA for each type of distribution you had in that tax year. The five types of distributions are normal, excess contribution removal, death, disability and prohibited transaction. This form is available for you at the end of January. Log into your account and follow the links to "Statements" to get a copy of form 1099-SA. If you did not have distributions during the tax year, you will NOT receive a 1099. Retain a copy for your records.
IRS form 5498-SA
This form reports the contributions made to your HSA in that particular tax year. IRS Form 5498-SA is typically available in January. If you contribute in the new year for the previous tax year you will also get another 5498-SA form in May. Find form 5498-SA by logging into your account and following links to your statements.
No Action Required: Retain this form for your records. Consult it as needed for any tax filing needs. You do not need to attach a copy of this form with your tax return. (Report HSA contributions on Form 8889 at tax time.)
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How to read Form 5498-SA
|Box number||Information included|
|Box 2||Box 2 shows the total contributions made to your HSA during the tax year covered by the form. This includes:
|Box 3||Box 3 reflects total contributions made in the current year that were for the tax year covered by the form.|
|Box 4||Box 4 includes transfers from an FSA or HRA to your HSA that were made in the tax year covered by the form.|
|Box 5||Box 5 shows the fair market value (balance) of your HSA at the end of the tax year covered by the form.|
Please note, excess contribution returns do not lower the reported totals on your 5498-SA. They are reflected on a separate 1099-SA for the tax year they are associated with.
Additional information about the tax treatment of your HSA contributions is available at the IRS website or from your tax professional.