Yes, tax form 8889 is the form you should attach to your personal tax return (form 1040). This form is not supplied by Lively but must be completed by each account holder by inputting all of your HSA contributions for the year, as well as any additional taxes for which you’re responsible. For help with this, please consult a tax professional.
For more information about your HSA and taxes, check out Lively’s HSA Tax Guide or other FAQs below:
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