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You are not allowed to make contributions to an HSA above your limit, whether or not you are claiming a deduction. And your contribution limit is $0 when you are not enrolled in an HDHP. The HSA custodian (bank) reports to the IRS each year how much you have contributed to your HSA. They will certainly know that you have not claimed this (and declared ...


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It's not exactly normal, but it is not unusual, either. And it is not unique to HSA; this happens occasionally to any bank account with a debit card. Pending transactions are not final; they will expire if they are not ultimately confirmed. Only one of these transactions from your dentist will be confirmed, and the other will timeout. The bank doesn't ...


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