HCSAccount 2017 Tax Savings Calculator


Use this form to calculate your potential tax savings by enrolling in a HCSAccount in 2017.  You will need your 2015 Federal and State tax returns to use this form.
  Note: All items are required to perform this tax savings comparison
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1.  Choose your place of residence:
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2.  Enter Your Expected 2017 Qualifying Expenses:

For tax year 2017, the HCSAccount can be used up to $2,550 for unreimbursed health care expenses for you, your spouse, and your tax dependents.
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3.  Choose your tax filing status:
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4.  Enter your State Salary & Wages as of January 1, 2017:
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5.  Enter your Federal Adjusted Gross Income (FAGI) from your 2015 Federal Tax Return (From 2015 Form 1040, Line 37; 1040A, Line 21; 1040EZ, Line 4)1 or Estimated 2017 FAGI:
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6.  Enter your New York Adjusted Gross Income (NYAGI) from your 2015 New York State Tax Return (From 2015 Form IT-201, Line 33)1 or Estimated 2017 NYAGI:
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7.  Enter your Federal Taxable Income (FTI) from your 2015 Federal Tax Return (From 2015 Form 1040, Line 43; 1040A, Line 27; 1040EZ, Line 6)1 or Estimated 2017 FTI:
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8.  Enter your New York Taxable Income (NYTI) from your 2015 New York State Tax Return (From 2015 Form IT-201, Line 37)1 or Estimated 2017 NYTI:
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1If you participated in the HCSA program during the tax year from which this data is taken, be sure to increase this amount by any excluded amount.

Links

Federal - Internal Revenue Service (www.irs.gov)
  • Publication 969 Health Savings Accounts and Other Tax-Favored Health Plans
Accuracy Statement

The information contained herein does not constitute tax advice. The estimates provided are based on income and expense data provided by the applicant and Tax Laws in effect as of July 1, 2016. For more accurate information on your specific situation, please consult your tax advisor.

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