I read the following on
Your own HSA contributions are tax–deductible. Your own HSA contributions are either tax–deductible or pre–tax (if made by payroll deduction).
I'm confused by this sentence for two reasons:
It says that my own HSA contributions are tax-deductible (twice, in two sentences), is that a typo? or is there a difference in meaning between the first and second sentence?
What's the difference between:
- Tax-deductible contributions
- and pre-tax contributions?