State Income Tax Information on Health Savings Accounts
Health Savings Accounts offer generous deductions on Federal income tax for any deposits made to the account. Most states also offer the same deductions on state income taxes. However, since Health Savings Accounts were set up as a federal program, the individual states can choose to comply with the federal guidelines concerning tax treatment of Health Savings Accounts, or establish their own rules.
Click the links below to see how your state handles the tax treatment of Health Savings Accounts. From those pages, you can find a link to your state's Department of Revenue website for more information on state taxes.
- Click Here to see the states that have indicated they will follow the tax treatment established by the federal government for Health Savings Accounts, offering deductions on state income taxes for contributions to Health Savings Accounts.
- Click Here to see the states that have indicated that they must pass state legislation before Health Savings Accounts will receive a tax benefit at the state level.
- Click Here to see the states that do not tax individuals on income at the state level.
- Click Here to see the states that do not tax income, but do tax dividends and interest on HSA accounts.
- Currently, only Washington DC has not indicated their position on Health Savings Accounts: We currently do not have information on whether they will offer deductions on state income tax for HSA contributions.
This information was last updated on 1/11/2016.
Disclaimer: HSA for America and its affiliates are not engaged in rendering tax, investment or legal advice. The information on this page may have inaccuracies, and federal and state tax regulations are subject to change. If tax, investment or legal advice is required, seek the services of a licensed professional.