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In addition to other answers: you do not have to pay for medical service in full in one lump sum. Often medical service providers agree on an interest-free installment plan with small monthly payments. And you can pay the installments from your HSA while pumping funds in there every paycheck. There is a yearly limit to how much one can contribute into HSA. ...


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You should check with your employer to see if contibuting evenly through the year would maximize the employer match to your contribution. If that is the case, next year then you will have both reduced your taxable income and gotten a little bit more from the employer match. The first reply post sounds right, check your contribution limit maximums. Another ...


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There's an annual contribution limit, for 2019 it is $3,500 single/$7,000 family. Otherwise, it's fine to match future contributions to prior or planned qualifying expenses so long as the account was established before the expenses were incurred. There is no deadline for reimbursement, so if you have the procedure done now and pay out of pocket, you can ...


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