Yes. If an account beneficiary has attained age 65, premiums for Medicare Part D for the account beneficiary, the account beneficiary's spouse, or the account beneficiary's dependents are qualified medical expenses.
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- My husband went on Medicare in January due to ESRD/receiving a kidney transplant. I am 43 years old (he is 48). Can I use my HSA funds to pay his Medicare premium?
- How Do I Access My HSA Funds After I Turn 65?
- What Happens to the Money In My HSA Account After Turn 65?
- I am 65, are Medicare Part D premiums qualified medical expenses?
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- My husband has an HSA account and turning 65 this year. I am 68. We are divorcing and agreed I can have half of the account. I'm not allowed to create an HSA account because I'm eligible for Medicare (but not enrolled). Can I roll half over into an IRA?
- Can I Use My HSA Funds to Pay for Medicare Part A or Part B Premiums When I Turn 65? Do I Need to Wait Until My Spouse is Also 65?