Do you have a Health Savings Account through your job? If you do, the amount contributed to the plan for the year will be reported on your W-2. This gets reported on your tax return.
Did you USE your HSA this year? If so, you should receive a 1099-SA from the bank that holds your account. It will show you how much you spent. I need that 1099-SA to complete your return.
If you didn’t use your HSA, that is fine. We will just report $0 spent on your return. But that 1099-SA goes to the IRS as well. If we don’t report the amount reported on the 1099-SA correctly, the IRS assumes that the difference was spent on non-medical stuff, and they will send you a bill. And then I will bill you for correcting the mistake.
So get me your 1099-SA!