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OutOfPocket Maximum Limits in 2014
Does anyone have a source on what the outofpocket maximum limits are in 2014? I saw a couple sources that listed $6,645 as the OOP max limit in 2014, but I was of the understanding that it is tied to the HSA outofpocket maximum limit which is $6,250 in 2013 and has not yet been announced (to my knowledge) for 2014. I just want to make sure I'm not missing something.
Thank in advance for any help. 
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HHS has said in multiple places that they expect the MOOP for 2014 to be 6400, each time noting that the IRS will be the one who will actually set it, but that "they'd be surprised" if it was something different.
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link, please?
or more seriously, you're messing with us, right?
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No, not joking. It's based on CPIU per us code, average the value of the index for 12 months ending march 2013 divided by the average for 12 months ending march 2012 to give you the inflation for 2014 hsa formula.
11 out of 12 months have been published for the latest average, so there's a small range of possible inflation. It's applied to the current 6250 and rounded to the nearest 50, and the whole range rounds to a 100 increase http://www.prlog.org/12091687mrhsa...anumbers.html This guy agrees. You can do the math yourself.
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http://www.bls.gov/cpi/ says CPIU NSA is 2% for February over February, which would be +125, which you can round either up or down. Now, I know nothing about how this is supposed to be calculated, is that the wrong yearoveryear figure to be looking at?
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where: Y = 12 month average CPI value from April 2012 to March 2013 X = 12 month average CPI value from April 2011 to March 2012 
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