Save for health care expenses

It's simple to contribute to your HSA to cover qualified medical expenses in the near term and in retirement.


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Open an HSA

How can you put money into your HSA?

There's no minimum to open a Fidelity HSA, and your contributions are tax-deductible. This gives you more saving power to cover your family's qualified medical expenses. There are several ways to contribute to your Fidelity HSA:

Contribute cash


Link a bank account for one-time or recurring deposits, transfer funds from another Fidelity account, or deposit a check.


HSA deposit options

Transfer HSAs


Transfer some or all of your balance from another HSA or HSAs, as often as you like, to consolidate your accounts.


HSA consolidation

One-time IRA contribution


Move money from your IRA to your HSA once in your lifetime for a federal income tax deduction.


IRA contribution

Annual HSA contribution limits

How much can you save each year?


2021 2022
Individual health plan $3,600 $3,650
Family health plan $7,200 $7,300
Age 55 or older Additional $1,000 Additional $1,000

Please note: Any employer contributions will count toward these limits.

HSA owners can make catch-up contributions anytime during the year in which they turn 55. A spouse who is 55 or older is also eligible for a catch-up contribution into their own HSA.

See IRS Publication 969 (PDF) for more on annual HSA contribution limits.

Ready to get started?


Already have a Fidelity HSA?

Opened by me

Sign in to Fidelity.com to access your HSA account details.


Opened through my employer

Sign in to NetBenefits® to access/activate your employer-offered HSA.


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