I called the marketplace to find out which plans are compatible with HSA’s for 2016. No one knew!!! They said I would just have to search the plans myself. What should I do?
For a health insurance plan to be considered HSA eligible it must have a high deductible (Self-only: $1,300 Family: $2,600 for 2017), a limited Out-of-Pocket Maximum ($7,150 for an individual and $14,300 for a family for 2017), AND it must not cover any additional benefits besides Preventative Care before the deductible is met.
Some Marketplaces can sort by HSA compatible High Deductible Health Plans, but all insurers selling on the Marketplaces are required to include whether a plan is HSA eligible in the plans' information. So you may have to click on each plans' actual summary/brochure to find out whether each is HSA eligible. If you are still not sure, call the insurer and ask them directly.
HSA deductible and out-of-pocket maximum limits are subject to change each year.