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You and a spouse can contribute a total of $6,900 to an HSA in 2018, plus a catch-up contribution if youâ€™re 55 or older. And thanks to a quirk in the law, an adult child covered under the familyâ€™s high-deductible health policy may also be able to contribute $6,900 to his or her own HSA.
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