Contribution limits have been released for 2024. Make sure you update your contributions accordingly if you intend to reach the maximum by the end of the year.


  • 401(k)/403(b)/457(b):  $23,000 (+500)
  • Annual catch-up (age 50+):  $7,500 (+/-0)

  • Traditional & Roth IRAs:  $7,000 (+500)
  • Annual catch-up (age 50+):  $1,000 (+/-0)

  • Income phaseout limits to contribute directly to a Roth IRA
    • Single or Head of household $146,000 to $161,000
    • Married filing jointly $230,000 to $240,000
    • Married filling separately Up to $10,000


  • HSA contribution – Individual:  $4,150 (+300)
  • HSA contribution – Family:  $8,300 (+600)
  • Annual catch-up (age 55+):  $1,000 (+/-0)


  • Annual gift tax exclusion:  $18,000 (+1,000)
    • This is per person, per gift so you could give $18,000 to a child and your spouse could also give $18,000 bringing that total gift to $36,000 for the year.

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