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Can an individual, who is 65 years or older, contribute to a Health Savings Account?
Yes. So long as an individual, who is 65 or older, is not enrolled in any part of Medicare, that individual can contribute to a Health Savings Account (HSA) that is connected to a High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP). Deciding whether to delay enrollment in Medicare for those 65 or over is a complicated question and depends on the individual’s financial circumstances and the size of the company which offers the HDHP.
Medicare Interactive.org provides an excellent description of the factors to consider if an individual would like to delay Medicare enrollment in order to continue contributing to an HSA.
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