Flexible Spending Account

A flexible spending accounts (FSA), also known as a cafeteria plan or Section 125 plan, offers employers payroll tax savings. FSAs allow employees to set aside pre-tax money to pay for health insurance and qualified medical and dependent care expenses.

Pre-tax flexible benefit plan options provide value for every stage of life. Whether it’s a young family’s day care costs or an aging employee’s higher out-of-pocket health care expense, an FSA can help.

FSA options for every need

  • Medical Reimbursement Accounts
  • Dependent Care Reimbursement Accounts
  • Adoption Assistance Accounts
  • Premium Reimbursement Accounts
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FSA limits, grace periods and carryovers

In its early beginnings, the FSA required employees to use their annual set-aside funds or forfeit them at the end of the plan year. IRS rules relaxed over the years, allowing employers two options that give employees longer access to FSA fund.

  • A grace period provides up to 2 1/2 more months to use FSA funds at the end of plan year.
  • Funds can carryover per IRS limits to use in the following plan year.

Either option can be adopted by an employer, but not both.

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