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Simplify HSA Reporting: E-file Your Form 1099-SA Electronically

Simplify tax reporting for health savings account (HSA) distributions by electronically submitting Form 1099-SA to the IRS.

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3 Simple steps to complete your Form 1099-B e-filing
  • Fill out Form 1099-B

    Fill out Form 1099-SA

    Enter all required information for the payer and recipient, including gross distribution.

  • Review & transmit the return

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    Give your forms a final review for accuracy before submitting it to the IRS.

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E-file Form 1099-SA

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is the purpose of Form 1099-SA?

Form 1099-SA, titled "Distributions From an HSA, Archer MSA, or Medicare Advantage MSA," serves a key role in reporting health savings account (HSA) activity to the IRS. It reports the amount of money distributed from these accounts to the account holder throughout the year.

2.Who needs to file Form 1099-SA?

The responsibility of filing Form 1099-SA falls on you if you're considered a trustee or custodian of a health savings account (HSA), Archer MSA, or Medicare Advantage MSA. In simpler terms, if you manage these accounts and a holder withdraws $600 or more in a calendar year, you'll need to file a Form 1099-SA for each account holder.

Here's a breakdown of who typically files Form 1099-SA:

  • Banks that offer HSAs
  • Insurance companies that administer HSAs
  • Other financial institutions that act as HSA custodians
It's important to note that the account holder themself does not file Form 1099-SA. They will receive a copy of the form you file for their tax records.

3. When is the deadline to file Form 1099-SA?

Below is a detailed breakdown of Form 1099-SA deadlines for the 2023 tax year:
  • The deadline to share recipient copies: January 31, 2024
  • The deadline to file Form 1099-SA (if you’re paper filing): February 28, 2024
  • The deadline to file Form 1099-SA (if you’re e-filing): April 01, 2024

4. What information is required to e-file Form 1099-SA?

To e-file Form 1099-SA, you'll need some details about the account holder and their withdrawals:
  • Account holder info: Name, address, Social Security number (SSN) or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN).
  • Withdrawal details: Amount withdrawn in the year (if it's $600 or more) and any medical expense codes (if applicable).
Think of it like this: You're telling the IRS how much money the account holder took out and (if known) what they used it for medically.