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    Great find, thanks, guys. I am not convinced either but will leave it up to the client if she wants to amend the tax return or take the chances of IRS sending a notice.

    Another issue are the 2017 HSA contributions which were made through payroll. I did not find any guidance on how to deal with this since these are not employer contributions but only paid through the employer after deducting from paychecks . I assume the employer will need to withdraw the funds and earnings and then do another paycheck taxing her for the part of the contributions.
    Last edited by Gretel; 09-08-2017 at 06:59 PM. Reason: thinking mistake corrected

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