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atbrawner
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MY 1099S

I HAVE AN HSA ACCOUNT FROM A JOB I AM NO LONGER EMPLOYED WITH.  BUT I STILL MAKE CONTRIBUTIONS TO THAT ACCOUNT.  I DON'T HAVE HEALTH INSURANCE WITH MY CURRENT EMPLOYER BUT I AM ON MY SPOUSE HEALTH INSURANCE WHICH IS AN HDHP.  I RECEIVED A 1099S FOR THAT HSA ACCOUNT.  I FILE SEPARATE FROM MY SPOUSE, CAN I GET A DEDUCTION ON MY RETURN SINCE IM ON HIS INSURANCE?

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Hal_Al
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MY 1099S

Being on his insurance does not prevent you from taking the HSA contribution deduction.  Being on his HD plan qualifies you for the deduction. 

 

 Form 1099-S is for real estate sales. Form 1099-SA is issued for a distribution from an HSA or HRA, not contributions.  The distribution is not taxable if the money was used to pay for medical expenses.

 

Why are you not filing a joint return with your spouse? Filing separately is seldom the right way to go.

 

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