1 Flexible Spending Accounts What are they? How do they work? How can I enroll for 2014? BG
2 Flexible Spending Account What is it? A Flexible Spending Account (FSA) lets you set aside pre-tax dollars to pay for eligible health and dependent care expenses Sometimes referred to as: Section 125 plan (refers to section of tax code) Flex Plan Reimbursement Accounts Cafeteria plan
3 UACCB offers 2 FSA plans Health Care FSA Dependent Care FSA
4 Is the FSA for me? In 2014, will you Have out-of-pocket healthcare expenses for you or your dependents? Pay for childcare for your dependents while you and your spouse work? If the answer is yes to any of the above, then an FSA may be a good benefit for you
5 How do FSA s work? You estimate how much you re going to spend for health care and/or daycare in Be conservative. Only include predictable expenses. We deduct that from your paycheck PRE-TAX throughout the year Example: You elect to put $1500 into a healthcare FSA. If you re paid monthly, $125 deduction ($1500 divided by 12 paychecks). If you re paid biweekly, $57.70 deduction ($1500 divided by 26 paychecks). We deposit that $ into your FSA (administered by UMR, same company that administers our health plan, but a different team)
6 How do FSA s work? (cont) You then incur an eligible expense during the plan year. You re going to reimburse yourself from your FSA by filing a claim, along with your receipts, to UMR. Or you can swipe your UMR FSA Benny Card to pay for eligible health care expenses up front. What s the benefit of an FSA? Tax avoidance! That s right you avoid paying FICA, federal, and state taxes on the money you have deducted from your paycheck that goes into your FSA. It reduces your W-2 wages. It s still your money you re using to pay for these items. But it s money you didn t pay taxes on. The real benefit is the tax savings.
7 FSA s: How do they work? (cont) If you re in a 30% tax bracket, it s like saving 30% on eligible health care and daycare expenses If you re going to have enough eligible expenses to make it worth your while and you re comfortable with the process, then an FSA is for you! Caution: You can t do an FSA and also claim expenses as a deduction on your income tax return, except for $1000 in related child care towards tax credit (ask tax advisor). Do you itemize your deductions on your tax returns? If you do, will you be able to take the medical deduction because your out of pocket expenses are at least 10% of your income? If the answer is no, then consider an FSA.
8 Example of money saved (someone with $1500 of eligible FSA expenses) Without FSA With FSA Savings with FSA Annual Compensation $ 30,000 $ 30,000 Estimated Tax Free Expenses $ 0 $ 1,500 Taxable Income $ 30,000 $ 28,500 FICA Tax (7.65%) $ 2,295 $ 2,180 $ 115 Federal Tax (18%) $ 5,400 - $ 5,130 $ 270 State Tax (5%) $ 1,500 - $ 1,425 $ 75 Net Paycheck After Tax Expenses $ 20,805 - $ 1,500 $ 19,765 $ 0 Actual Take Home Pay $ 19,305 $ 19,765 $ 460 Savings will vary for each participant depending on marital status, number of exemptions, and tax bracket. Consult with a tax advisor to determine your actual potential savings. Because FSA expenses are deducted pre-tax, the amount reported for Social Security is reduced. But tax savings are generally greater than the loss to Social Security.
9 What would you do with the extra $$$? Or put the money in your supplemental Retirement Plan!
10 How much can I put in an FSA? Health Care FSA $120 minimum to $2,500 maximum Dependent Care FSA Up to $5,000 maximum If both spouses participate in a Dependent Care FSA and are filing jointly, the entire household cannot exceed the $5,000 cap. $2,500 is the maximum if married and filing single.
11 Health Care FSA Eligible health care expenses must be: incurred during the plan year which is Jan 1 through Dec 31, plus the Grace Period if needed (more on grace period later) for you or your eligible dependents And be true out-of-pocket costs not reimbursed by an insurance plan. (You don t have to be on our medical plan in order to do a health care FSA.) Your annual election amount is available to you to spend on January 1. You have the rest of the year to pay it back via payroll deduction. (Another FSA benefit you might not have known about.)
12 Health Care FSA Eligible Expenses Co-Pays, Co-insurance, Deductible (what you pay after insurance pays) Doctor Visits Dentist Visits Hospital/ER Chiropractic, PT, OT Vision Exams
13 Health Care FSA Eligible Expenses Includes some things that our insurance doesn t cover Braces, Orthodontia Infertility Treatment Laser Eye Surgery Caution. Just because our insurance doesn t cover it doesn t mean it s eligible for reimbursement through a health care FSA. For example, cosmetic surgery is not eligible.
14 Health Care FSA Eligible Expenses Medical Supplies Prescription eyeglasses Prescription sunglasses Contact lenses, solution Bandaids, rubbing alcohol Hearing aids & batteries Durable health equipment Insulin & supplies If you have vision insurance, plan accordingly for your healthcare FSA. You can only file your true out-of-pocket costs after vision insurance pays.
15 Health Care FSA Eligible Expenses Prescribed drugs $10, $35 or $70 co-pay Most OTC Meds, but only with Dr. prescription Allergy/cold medicines Pain medicines Creams/ointments Birth control Smoking cessation TIP: You cannot use your FSA Debit Card to purchase prescribed OTC (over the counter) meds. You would pay for these items with your own money, then file a reimbursement claim with documentation.
16 Health Care Expenses What is NOT an FSA eligible expense? over the counter medicine without doctor s prescription cosmetic procedures over the counter vitamins for general well being deodorant, general hygiene items nutritional supplements teeth bleaching marriage counseling health insurance premiums health or fitness club fees expenses incurred after you no longer work for UACCB, or outside the plan year
17 Dependent Care FSA Eligible Expenses Day Care Services Babysitters General Purpose Day Camps Pre-Schools Some ineligible expenses include private school tuition, overnight camps, instructional camps and assisted living.
18 Dependent Care FSA Eligible expenses are for day care of a child or adult dependent Care of dependent child through age 12 (age 13 is the cut-off) by a babysitter, child care center, or housekeeper whose job is taking care of your child Care of a disabled dependent who lives with you and you claim on your taxes Dependent care expenses must be work-related. Expenses must relate to care that enables you and your spouse to work. Both spouses must be employed TIP: If your child starts kindergarten, be sure to take your reduced daycare costs into account. Remember, you re estimating how much you will spend for the entire plan year.
19 More on Dependent Care FSA The IRS allows for reimbursement up to the current YTD payroll deductions. Claims submitted in excess of the payroll deductions will be held until future payroll deductions are received. If you make more than $30,000, a Dependent Care FSA is generally better than taking the tax credit.
20 How do I get reimbursed? How to get the money out of your FSA # 1 File a claim form, attach receipts and IRS required documentation Pay yourself back Claim forms on UACCB and UMR websites # 2 Or if you have a health care FSA, use your UMR FSA benny card (more on that later)
21 Health Care FSA Receipts What information is needed? Required Patient s name Date of service Procedure description Provider name Charge for the service EOB to show what insurance paid & your responsibility For OTC meds, an itemized cash register receipt showing purchase date & name of the medication, plus doctor s prescription Not Acceptable Account balance statements Balance forward statements Cancelled checks Cash register receipt Credit card receipts Remember, these are IRS regs. You have to cross your T s and dot your I s.
22 Daycare FSA Receipts What information is needed? Either the daycare provider signs your claim form and provides their tax ID or SSN Or you attach itemized receipt showing: Dates of service Name and DOB of child Itemization of charges (e.g. to show custodial care, not tuition) Provider s name, address and tax ID #
23 FSA s last a year FSA plan year = January 1 to December 31. Your payroll deduction automatically ends on December 31. Annual enrollment required to keep participating. Expenses must be incurred during the plan year (January 1 December 31) or during the Grace Period. Grace Period: Expenses incurred January 1 March 15 immediately following the end of the Plan Year. This means you have an extra 75 days to spend down your old year FSA. If you are in the Grace Period (Jan 1-Mar 15) and want to file a claim on your old year FSA, you have to file a paper claim. Can t use your benny card for old year money.
24 Important deadlines November 30, 2013 is the deadline to sign up for a 2014 FSA. Mid-year enrollments are not allowed old year claims must be filed to UMR by March 31, 2014 or funds are forfeited. Avoid Use it or lose it. Estimate your FSA amount carefully.
25 Mid-year changes What would happen if you decided to flex $1000 and then found out that wasn t enough, that you needed to put more money in your account? Can you change your election mid-year? Only under limited circumstances: Change in number of tax dependents (e.g. birth of child) Change in job status of you or your spouse 30-day deadline to make changes
26 How do I check my FSA balance? 24 hours a day via secure Internet access to real-time account information allows you to check your balance at any time at: (same as you log-in to view your medical insurance plan and claims) Or call UMR toll-free at
27 FSA Debit Card How the card works if you re enrolled in a health care FSA
28 FSA Debit Card Benny Card is automatically sent to anyone who enrolls in a health care FSA. The card is for your convenience. You re not required to use it. If you d rather pay out of your pocket and file a reimbursement claim with required documentation, that s ok. Keep in mind that the IRS limits the places you can use your card.
29 What s nice about the Benny card? Better cash flow. You don t have to pay for your health care expenses up front and then wait to be reimbursed. Payment comes directly from your health care FSA
30 Beware the misconceptions Using the card DOES NOT mean paperless Using the benefit card DOES NOT mean you don t need to save your receipts. IRS requires each FSA reimbursement or card swipe to be substantiated. You can t use the card everywhere only at certain merchants, and then only to pay for eligible medical expenses. Can t use the card to pay for daycare it s only for your health care FSA.
31 Where can you use it? Health care merchants: doctor, dentist, hospital, optometrist, clinic, chiropractor Pharmacy, grocery or retail box stores only if their computer talks to UMR s computer (called an Inventory Information Approval System or IIAS, as approved by the IRS) For example, you can use the card at Wal-Mart, Sam s Club, Target, Kroger, Walgreens
32 Benny Card Swipe your card only for your health care FSA purchases. Pay for other, personal items separately. If you are asked Is your card debit or credit?... say credit. While it actually debits your account, it has to be processed as a MasterCard credit card. Keep copies of ALL receipts. Then wait. Do not file a claim. See if UMR asks you for documentation. They may not if your expense was filed under your UA medical insurance. If UMR does request documentation (for example, on dental and non-medical claims), send in your receipts and other required documentation promptly.
33 Why would UMR request documentation? Because the IRS requires substantiation of ALL your card purchases 4 ways for UMR to auto substantiate your FSA Debit Card purchase, without you having to send in documentation: The merchant has an IIAS compatible computer that provides the required data Your expense exactly matches the copay structure of our medical plan (for example, $10-$35-$70 rx copay) You have a recurring monthly expense that you already provided documentation for same $, same merchant code, every time UMR has processed your health insurance claim and therefore knows the copay, deductible or coinsurance amounts that are your responsibility
34 FSA Debit Card If UMR is unable to auto substantiate They will notify you by letter to send in documentation If no response, your card is suspended. Human Resources receives a monthly FSA Debit Card Status report listing unsubstantiated claims. Please contact HR if you need assistance in providing documentation. Unsubstantiated reimbursements = ineligible reimbursements in the IRS eyes
35 How do I sign up? Complete the Required Open Enrollment Signature Form previously ed to you and return it to Human Resources. Any forms needed for Enrollment or Benefit Changes you requested on that form will be provided to you at that time. Thank you!!!!
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