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How to Pay with FSA Funds

When you enroll in an FSA, you will receive a debit card from Your Spending Account™, along with information about using the debit card and how your account works.

 Health Care FSADependent Care FSA
What Can the Money Be Used For?

If you have a General Purpose FSA, eligible medical, dental and vision expenses for you and your tax dependents, like:

Deductibles

Copayments and coinsurance

Medical supplies

Immunizations

Over-the-counter drugs for which you have a prescription

Prescription drugs

Contact lenses and eyeglasses

Dental work

If you have a Limited Purpose FSA, eligible preventive pharmacy coinsurance, dental and vision expenses for you and your tax dependents until you meet your deductible, and then eligible medical expenses too.

Dependent care expenses incurred so you and your spouse can work or go to school full-time, like:

Nursery schools

Day care centers (including adult day care centers)

In-home day care providers

Before- and after-school care (if not already included in tuition)

What Are the 2020 Deadlines?

Deadline to use funds: Dec. 31, 2020

Deadline to submit expenses: Mar. 31, 2021

What Are the 2020 Deadlines?

Deadline to use funds: Dec. 31, 2020

Deadline to submit expenses: Mar. 31, 2021

What Are the 2021 Deadlines?

Deadline to use funds:
Dec. 31, 2021

Deadline to submit expenses:
Mar. 31, 2022

Deadline to use funds:
Dec. 31, 2021

Deadline to submit expenses:
Mar. 31, 2022

Does the money carry over?

Yes, you can roll over your full balance—but only for 2021 as allowed under the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation bill. Normally, you can only roll over up to $550 in unused funds to the next plan year.

Yes—but only for 2021 as allowed under the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation bill. Normally, you cannot roll over any unused funds in your Dependent Care FSA.

Manage Your FSA

Managing and submitting claims to your account is easy! Just go to Your Benefits™ to upload FSA claims digitally and keep track of your FSA funds.