Idaho lawmakers consider raising MSA cap

03/19/2014 | IdahoReporter.com

The Idaho House approved a bill that would allow state residents to save $20,000 in a medical savings account and extend a 10% tax credit to employers that contribute to workers' MSAs, but a Senate committee is amending the bill to include a $10,000 cap and no employer tax credit. The Idaho State Dental Association supports the House bill, and a spokeswoman for the state's National Federation of Independent Business said it was good for businesses.

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