Flexible Spending Account (FSA)

The Flexible Spending Account (FSA) allows you to make pre-tax deductions from payroll and then use those pre-tax funds to pay for eligible expenses.

There are three different plans: 

  • The Health Care FSA Plan is used for eligible out-of-pocket healthcare costs.
  • The Dependent Day Care FSA Plan is used for eligible dependent care expenses for children under the age of 13 or dependent adults.  You and your spouse must both work or be a full-time student in order to participate.

OTC Drugs are Now Eligible
Plus Some Other Exciting Updates

OTC and Menstrual Products: That's right, you heard us correctly. OTC and menstrual products are now eligible expenses without the need of an Rx! This change is retroactive to cover any expense incurred on or after 1/1/2020.

If you have attempted to send in a claim for any of these products in the past, now is the time to resubmit them so that you can get reimbursed.

It will take retailers some time to re-code these items, so please be prepared to pay out of pocket if you receive a transaction denial.  Online and mobile claim submission is available to support these out of pocket payments.

Telehealth:  Telehealth expenses are now eligible expenses under a Health FSA.

Covid - 19 Spending Account Guide
Covid-19 Updates