Checkbook HSA-LLC Formation
A Checkbook Health Savings Account – Checkbook HSA – is a powerful financial, tax, and investment vehicle available to those that have High Deductible Health Plans (“HDHP”). Use an HDHP to reduce health insurance costs and contribute to a Self-Directed HSA for tax deductions. HSA funds can be distributed tax-free to pay for qualified medical expenses at any time. HSA funds grow tax-deferred just like a Traditional IRA and withdrawals can be made for any purpose at age 65.
If you want to maximize your tax-free investment growth use an HSA-LLC to invest in real estate, private lending, crypto (Bitcoin and all other digital currencies), tax liens & deeds, livestock, precious metals & coins, mortgage notes, private businesses, and many other assets.
For maximum efficiency, you can choose to form a Multi-Member HSA-LLC into which multiple self-directed accounts – IRAs, 401(k)s, and HSAs – invest. This option can be selected during the checkout process.
What is a High Deductible Health Plan?
A HDHP is health insurance that has both (a) a minimum annual deductible and (b) a maximum annual deductible that meet IRS guidelines. The required limits differ, based on whether the medical insurance plan is Self-Only Coverage or Family Coverage.
The following table shows the minimum annual deductible and maximum annual deductible and other out-of-pocket expenses for HDHPs for 2018.
|Self-only coverage||Family coverage|
|Minimum annual deductible||$1,350||$2,700|
|Maximum annual deductible||$6,650||$13,300|
What are the 2018 HSA contribution limits?
For 2018, if you have self-only HDHP coverage, you can contribute up to $3,450. If you have family HDHP coverage, you can contribute up to $6,900. Those aged 55 and up can make an additional $1,000 annual catch-up contribution.
ReSure LLC will facilitate every aspect of your Checkbook HSA formation and provide guidance on compliant operation and strategy. If you require a High Deductible Health Plan, ReSure LLC can assist with that, as well. Please select the appropriate application form.