The IRS says that individuals must file Form 8889 if they (or someone on their behalf, including their employer) made contributions to their HSA account. Form 8889 must also be filed if individuals take funds out of an HSA, even if they do not make a contribution to the HSA that year.
While UCAR cannot provide tax advice, we can provide some information concerning the W-2 you will receive for payroll deductions and how it applies to Form 8889. If you need additional tax advice, please consult a qualified tax advisor or the IRS.
Please view the web page below for additional information including links to the form instructions, the form and a sample form.