Watch the video. What is an FSA? A flexible spending account, or FSA, is an employer-sponsored benefit that allows participants to set aside pre-tax funds from their paychecks to help them pay for approved out-of-pocket health care or dependent care expenses.Why choose businessolver®?
Businessolver ® delivers market-changing benefits technology supported by an intrinsic and unwavering responsiveness to your needs — now and down the road. We help you take care of your employees, and help them get the most value from their benefits — holistically managing their health and wealth.What is a Limited Purpose FSA (lpfsa)?
The limited purpose FSA (LPFSA) is typically paired with a health savings account (HSA). The funds a participant sets aside for their LPFSA are restricted to vision and dental eligible expenses, such as annual exams, prescription glasses and contacts, fillings, non-cosmetic dental work and more.How much can you contribute to a Dependent Care FSA?
Under the Covid relief package (American Rescue Plan of March 2021), the maximum contribution for dependent care FSAs is now $10,500/year (up from $5,000) per family or $5,250/year (up from $2,500) for married, filing separately. The limited purpose FSA (LPFSA) is typically paired with a health savings account (HSA).