HSA Employer Overcontribution
July 1, 2014 11:42 AM Subscribe
My new employer is adding what looks like a pre-tax contribution of an extra 1k to my paychecks monthly to pay for health insurance and the remainder is meant to be put in to an HSA. My wife's insurance plan only costs us $210/mo and the HSA contribution limit for a family is $6550/yr what is going to happen to the remainder of the money?
posted by jojomnky to Work & Money (3 answers total)
What would be the best way to deal the excess?
Would it be wise to invest all the money in the stock market or some other investment and fill my HSA to the max at the end of the year keeping the dividends for myself?
What are the implications of all this come tax time?