2019 HSA Test Questions Review
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I suggest looking at Form 8889 as well https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f8889.pdf so you understand what they are talking about when they reference the form
PUB 4942 which is available online https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p4942.pdf covers the same information and has practice scenarios.
Info is also available online at helpful at https://apps.irs.gov/app/vita/content/37/37_01_005.jsp?level=advanced

I suggest looking at Form 8889 as well https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f8889.pdf so you understand what they are talking about when they reference the form
1. Is Leo an eligible individual for HSA purposes even though he did not make his own contributions?
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2. What amount will Leo use to determine his HSA deduction?
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3. Employer contributions to Leo’s HSA are reported on his Form W-2, box 12, code W.
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4. The amount that can be contributed to an HSA depends on the following:
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5. Ed and Christine are both eligible to make catch-up contributions to their individual HSAs
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6. The amount of Judy’s HSA contribution reported on Form 8889, line 2 is $975
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7. The amount of total distributions reported on Form 8889, line 14a is:
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8. What is the amount reported on Form 8889, line 15?
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9. The adjustment to income on Form 1040 for Carl’s HSA deduction is:
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10. Whose qualified medical expenses can Carl include for HSA purposes?
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11. On his Form 8889, Carl can include the $300 to purchase Monica’s eyeglasses as a qualifying medical expense for HSA purposes.
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12. The amount of Peggy Walker’s HSA deduction on Form 8889, line 13 is $2,500.
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13. How much of Peggy’s HSA distribution is taxable?
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14. The amount of qualified medical expenses reported on Form 8889, line 15 is
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15. What is the amount of the additional 20% tax reported on Form 8889, line 17b?
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