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Text of Notice 2004-43 Providing Transition Relief for HSAs in States with Mandated Health Benefits (PDF)
Internal Revenue Service [IRS]Link to more items from this source
[Official Guidance]
June 23, 2004
2 pages. Excerpt: For months before January 1, 2006, a health plan which would otherwise qualify as [a high deductible health plan] under section 223(c)(2), except that it complies with state law requirements that certain benefits be provided without a deductible or below the minimum annual deductible of section 223(c)(2)(A)(i), will be treated as an HDHP for purposes of section 223(c)(2), if the disqualifying benefits are required by state law in effect on January 1, 2004.

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