You are not eligible for an HSA after you have enrolled in Medicare. If you had an HSA before you enrolled in Medicare, you can keep it. However, you cannot continue to make contributions to an HSA after you enroll in Medicare.
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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?
- If I’m on Medicare, Can I have an HSA?
- 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?