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The one-time PIN for this session is valid for only ten minutes. If your one-time PIN expires, you will need to re-enter your username and password to receive a new PIN.
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There is no limit to the number of computers / devices that can be remembered for your account.
To ensure the security of your account, all remembered devices will be forgotten each time you reset your username or your password (via the forgot link only; does not apply if you simply change your password by choice or because it is expiring).
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You will no longer be required to enter a one-time PIN each time you enter your username and password from this particular computer or device.
To ensure the security of your account, you will be required to enter a one-time PIN each time you enter your username and password from this particular computer or device.
Most Popular Questions
No. Per IRS rules, the total that each family can elect for a Dependent Care FSA (DCFSA) must not exceed $5,000 per household ($2,500 each if married and filing separately). Therefore, you must ensure that you and your spouse limit your individual elections to total no more than $5,000 combined.
A DCFSA allows you to be reimbursed on a pre-tax basis for child or dependent care expenses for qualified dependents so you or your spouse can go to work, look for work, or your spouse attend school full-time.
You (and your spouse if you are married) must have earned income during the year; unless your spouse attend school full-time.
Under Internal Revenue Code Section 129 (see sections 129(a)(2)(A) and 129(b)(1)), the maximum amount that can be elected for a DCFSA is limited to the lesser of: