The IRS has released the 2015 minimums and maximums that apply to health savings accounts (HSAs) and related high-deductible health plans (HDHPs). These increases occur annually based on a cost-of-living formula. Because the inflation rate is fairly low, the amounts have not increased very much — the out-of-pocket maximum is increasing by $100 for single coverage and by $200 for family coverage. Both the minimum deductible and the maximum contribution are increasing $50 for single coverage and $100 for family coverage.