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The annual ceilings on deductible contributions to HSAs will increase in 2015.

The caps will go up slightly to $6,650 for account owners with family coverage and to $3,350 for self-only coverage. Folks born before 1961 can put in $1,000 more.The limits on out-of-pocket costs, such as deductibles and copayments, will inch up
to $12,900 for people with family coverage and to $6,450 for individual coverage.Minimum policy deductibles will rise to $2,600 for families and to $1,300 for singles.

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