2019 HSA Contribution Limits: Single $3,500; Family $7,000
Employees age 55 or older are allowed a catch-up contribution up toan additional $1,000 annually.
The district contribution for employee only coverage is $750 per year or $62.50 per month. The district contribution for family coverage is $1,020 per year or $85.00 per month. When calculating how much to contribute to the HSA, be sure to deduct the district's contribution from the IRS limit. Open Your Kaiser HSA Account
Higher deductible than traditional plans, but includes employee health savings account (HSA) partially funded by the district. Employee can contribute additional amounts to their HSA through pre-tax payroll deductions.
Triple tax saving advantage.
No coverage outside the provider network other than urgent and emergency care.
Employees may select either employee only, employee/spouse, employee/child(ren), or family health insurance coverage.