2FA for P&A Participants
The IRS 2020 contribution limits were released on November 6, 2019. Here’s what’s changing for certain employee benefit plans beginning January 1, 2020.
For 2020, the Health Flexible Spending Account annual maximum contribution will increase by $50 to $2,750 per plan year.
The maximum amount that may be excluded from an employee’s gross income under an Adoption Assistance FSA will increase to $14,300.
This year, the Parking & Transit Accounts saw a nominal increase; both accounts will increase by $5 to $270.
Under a qualified small employer Health Reimbursement Arrangement, the total amount of payments and reimbursements cannot exceed a certain dollar amount. The 2020 IRS limits are $5,250 for individual coverage and $10,600 for family coverage.
The limitation used in the definition of highly compensated employees for 2020 will increase from $125,000 to $130,000. Additionally, certain retirement plans will see the following updates:
|Plan Type||2019 Limits||2020 Limits|
|Health Flexible Spending Account||$2,700 annual contribution||$2,750 annual contribution|
|Adoption Assistance Flexible Spending Account||$14,080 annual contribution||$14,300 annual contribution|
|Parking Plan||$265 monthly contribution||$270 monthly contribution|
|Transit Plan||$265 monthly contribution||$270 monthly contribution|
|Qualified Small Employer Health Reimbursement Arrangement||$5,150 for individual coverage/$10,450 family coverage||$5,250 for individual coverage/$10,600 family coverage|
|Health Savings Account – Contribution Limit||$3,500 annual contribution for individual coverage/$7,000 for family coverage||$3,550 annual contribution for individual coverage/$7,100 for family coverage|
|Health Savings Account – Annual HDHP Minimum Deductible||$1,350 for individual coverage/$2,700 for family coverage||$1,400 for individual coverage/$2,800 for family coverage|
|Health Savings Account- Out-of-Pocket Maximums||$6,750 for individual coverage/$13,500 for family coverage||$6,900 for individual coverage/$13,800 for family coverage|
|401(k)/403(b)/457 Plans||$19,000 elective deferral limit||$19,500 elective deferral limit|
|401(k)/403(b)/457 Plans||$6,000 contribution limit||$6,500 contribution limit|
|IRAs||$6,000 contribution limit||no change; $6,000 contribution limit|
|IRAs||$1,000 catch-up contribution limit||no change; $1,000 catch-up contribution limit|
For more information, please refer to IRS Revenue Procedure 2019-44 or Notice 2019-59.