Added info: If you have separate single health ins...
Level 15

Deductions & credits

Added info:
If you have separate single health insurance that is HDHP and qualified for an HSA, then the limit in your personal account is $3350 plus $1000 catch up.  The overall family limit is still $6750 plus catch up, but having a single HSA instead of a family HSA limits the ways you can divide the contributions.

And, if you have separate single health insurance that is not HDHP and not qualified for an HSA, then you can't make any contributions and his contribution limit is $6750 plus $1000 catch up.  You can't use your personal $1000 catch up if you aren't eligible for your own HSA.
*Answers are correct to the best of my ability at the time of posting but do not constitute legal or tax advice.*
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