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02-08-2018 01:10 PM
My husband and I had an HSA plan in 2016, a regular (non-HSA) plan in 2017, and now again have an HSA in 2018. We used up all of the money in our account with early 2017 expenses, and then kept the HSA bank account open with a $0 balance for the rest of the year. Now that we have an HSA again I'm wondering if I can fund the same account that was already established (but dormant last year) and reimburse myself for the rest of the 2017 eligible medical expenses that we paid out of pocket? Can I fund more than the monthly contribution amount at one time, providing the yearly amount does not exceed the limit? Thanks!