Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) has introduced the Health Savings Accounts for All Act of 2020 (S.4367). The legislation is intended to expand access and reduce restrictions on health savings accounts (HSAs).
According to details of Senator Paul’s press release, the bill proposes to eliminate the annual limit on tax-deductible contributions to HSAs by individuals and their employers. The requirement to be enrolled in a high deductible health plan in order to contribute to an HSA would also be eliminated. Additionally, HSA balances could be used for the payment of health insurance premiums, direct care service arrangements, and expenses incurred during the prior or current tax year before the establishment of the HSA. Another provision would allow for the tax-free transfer of HSAs upon death to certain family members.