This resource will keep you informed of important dates and plan changes.
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The deadline to submit claims for FSA expenses incurred during the 2016 benefit period is fast approaching. April 30, 2017 is your last day to file claims from 2016.
If you're enrolled in a Dependent Care FSA (DCFSA) for the 2016 benefit period, your DCFSA includes a grace period that extends the amount of time you can incur eligible dependent care expenses and use funds remaining in your 2016 DCFSA to pay for them.
As a new FSAFEDS participant, we know you're still discovering the many advantages you have with your Flexible Spending Account (FSA).
Being new to FSAFEDS, we know you have questions about your Flexible Spending Account (FSA). That's why we're providing helpful tips to make the most of your FSAFEDS account, use your FSA dollars with ease and quickly get reimbursed.
We understand change can be confusing - like switching to a new Flexible Spending Account (FSA) administrator. It's our goal to provide answers to your FSA questions so you can make the most of your FSAFEDS account, use your FSA dollars with ease and quickly get reimbursed.
Thank you for enrolling in FSAFEDS for the 2017 benefit period. We look forward to helping you save money and get the most of your account.
The IRS recently released the medical mileage rate for the 2017 benefit period. The 2017 rate is 17 cents per mile, a slight decrease from 2016. Mileage to and from a medical service is an eligible expense under a Health Care Flexible Spending Account (FSA). Simply use the Mileage Worksheet (PDF) to log miles to and from your doctor, dentist, pharmacy or other medical care provider...
You spoke, and we listened! You no longer need to submit receipts to be reimbursed for eligible mileage and parking expenses for travel to and from your doctor, dentist, pharmacy, or other medical care provider.
When enrolling for the 2017 benefit period, you have the option to link your FSAFEDS account to a spouse's FSAFEDS account. If one spouse's balance has been exhausted, claims automatically process against the other spouse's account, as long as there is an available balance. This feature is effective January 1, 2017.
All Paperless Reimbursement (PR) carriers have been implemented.
Need to call us?
Toll-Free Number for Overseas Participants:
FSAFEDS Benefits Counselors are available Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. Eastern Time.
Other Ways to Contact Us
FSAFEDS Program - Claims
P.O. Box 14127
Lexington, KY 40512-4127
Log into your online account and select “Contact Us,” then “Secure Message Center.”
+1 650-577-5294 (toll-free)