• Healthcare Flexible Spending Account (FSA)


    What is an FSA? A Flexible Spending Account (FSA) lets employees take home a larger paycheck by reducing their taxable income. Employees enrolled contribute tax-free dollars into an account that can be used throughout the year on qualified medical, dental and vision or qualified dependent care expenses — reducing out-of-pocket costs.


    We offer two different types of accounts: A Medical FSA that covers general-purpose health expenses and a Dependent Care FSA that lets participants save money on day care expenses for children up to age 13 or a disabled spouse or dependent of any age. 



    2019-2020 FSA Maximum Salary Reduction Amounts

    Medical FSA


    Dependent Care FSA

    (Married filing Separate)


    Dependent Care FSA

    (Married filing joint, head of household, or single)


     *2020-2021 Medical FSA maximum is $2,750


    Please see the links below for more information about the FSA:

    FSA Overview

    FSA Guide to Ordering Debit Cards

    FSA Guide to Carrying Over Funds

    Eligible Expenses

    FSA Calculator

    FSA Store

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