Support & FAQ

Healthcare FSA

  • Can I change my election if I use up all my Healthcare FSA funds before end of the plan year?

    Sorry, you can only change the amount you contribute to your Healthcare FSA if you meet one of these special circumstances, which are determined by the IRS:

    • A change in marital status (such as marriage, divorce, or death of your spouse)
    • A change in the number of your dependents (such as the birth or adoption of a child, or death of a dependent)
    • A change in employment status of you, your spouse, or your dependent
    • An event that causes your dependent to satisfy or cease to satisfy an eligibility requirement for a particular benefit
    • A change in residence of you, your spouse, or your dependent
    • A change in cost in coverage

    If you believe you qualify for a change of your election, please contact your employer. To make sure you’re contributing the right amount to your Healthcare FSA—neither too much nor too little—we recommend that you carefully estimate your healthcare expenses prior to your company’s next Open Enrollment period, at which time you can adjust your election amount for the next plan year.

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