MSA


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MSA

abbr.
1. medical savings account
2. Metropolitan Statistical Area
Translations

MSA

[ˌɛmɛsˈeɪ] n abbr (Am) =Master of Science in AgricultureMaster m inv in Scienze Agrarie
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Although the program was originally established for self-employed individuals and small business owners, Congress anticipates that the new Medicare MSA could help the 400,000 Medicare beneficiaries that each pay more than $5,000 out-of-pocket annually.
The taxpayer who elects to use a Medicare+Choice MSA is not eligible for any other Medicare benefits.
The fishing boat, with a four-man crew, tried to flee after being ordered to stop by the MSA boat, the officials said.
There are others, but MSA and SPC can actually prevent defects.
In addition to the federal law, 20 states have passed laws allowing for state income tax deductions on MSA contributions.
To receive these MSA benefits, Internal Revenue Code section 220(c) (2)(A) requires that a taxpayer invest in a high-deductible health plan with an annual deductible of a least $1,500 and not more than $2,250 for individual coverage and at least $3,000 and not more than $4,500 for family coverage.
MSA proponents estimate that by making patients pay their own bills for a change, the share of GNP going to health care would drop by anywhere from 25 to 50 percent--thereby lowering medical costs and making health care more affordable for everyone.
Contractor name : MSA HUNGEuRIA BIZTONSEuGTECHNIKA KFT.
MSA is working with growing numbers of electric arc furnace (EAF) steelmakers to obtain transaction-specific information on their ferrous scrap purchases.
Three-quarters of all money deposited into MSAs is tax-deductible, thus helping to equalize the tax treatment of wage compensation (such as cash or MSA deposits) and non-wage compensation (such as insurance premiums).
Form 5498-MSA, Medical Savings Account Information: This form was developed for use by MSA trustees or custodians to report contributions, rollovers and fair market value information.