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Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account

  • What if my spouse has a Dependent Care FSA, too?
    If your spouse has a Dependent Care FSA, you may each contribute up to $2,500 into your respective accounts. The annual Dependent Care FSA contribution limit for married couples who file their taxes jointly is $5,000. Please keep in mind that you can't "double-dip" expenses, which means that expenses reimbursed under your Dependent Care FSA can't be reimbursed under your spouse's Dependent Care FSA and vice versa.
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