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1 FLEXIBLE SPENDING PLAN PLAN HIGHLIGHTS v Use pre-tax dollars for: Unreimbursed Qualified Medical Expenses Dependent Care Costs v Eligible first day of the month following 30 days of employment (If employed 20 hours or more per week) v Re-direct a portion of your salary into a medical reimbursement account. You may select up to a maximum annual contribution of $1,500. The amount you elect to contribute is deducted equally from each paycheck based on the number of pay periods remaining in the year. v Re-direct a portion of your salary for dependent care costs. You may select up to a maximum annual contribution of $5000 ($2500 if married filing separately). The amount you elect to contribute is deducted equally from each paycheck based on the number of pay periods remaining in the year. v Roll-Over: up to $500 from either medical and/or dependent care accounts will roll over to next calendar year if not claimed. The roll-over will be included in annual contribution limit. v The plan year-ends on December 31, You have until December 31 ends to submit your final expenses from the previous plan year. IRS rules do not permit a refund of any unused funds that remain in your Flexible Spending Account. For this reason, it is important that you be conservative when setting your target contribution. v Reimbursements are processed every two weeks. v Changes due to Family Status Change allowed when reported within 30 days of the event v Participation is voluntary v Participation can save you money v Join our Flex Plan start paying for benefits the tax-free way

2 FLEXIBLE BENEFIT PLAN ENROLLMENT / CHANGE FORM EMPLOYER DIVISION EFFECTIVE DATE Target CW EMPLOYEE S NAME (Last, First, M.) SOCIAL SECURITY NO. DATE OF BIRTH MALE FEMALE SINGLE MARRIED apple WIDOWED apple DIVORCED DATE EMPLOYED DEPENDENT COVERAGE apple YES apple NO Medical/Dental Insurance Premium(s): You may choose to have your premium deductions for your medical and/or dental premium deducted from your pay pre or post tax. Please check the appropriate box and sign the bottom of this form. If no election is made, insurance premium deductions will be taken pre-tax. I authorize my medical and/or dental deductions to be taken from my pay pre-tax (Annual Maximum $1,500) Unreimbursed Medical Expenses $ = $ Expense per year # of pay periods left in the year (Annual Maximum $5,000 / $2500 if married filing separately) Dependent Care Expenses $ = $ Expense per year # of pay periods left in the year AUTHORIZATION: I certify the above information to be correct and true to the best of my knowledge, and that the children listed under Dependent Coverage either reside with me in a parent-child relationship or are legally dependent on me for their support. I understand that any amounts remaining in my account(s) not used for eligible expenses incurred during the plan year will be forfeited and not returned to me. I further understand that the Flexible Benefit Reduction(s) will be in effect for the plan year and cannot be revoked unless I experience a change in my family status or termination of my employment. Signature Date IF YOU DECLINE PARTICIPATION: The benefits of the plan have been thoroughly explained to me and I decline to participate. Signature Date REQUEST FOR CHANGE FORM EMPLOYEE S NAME (Last, First, M.) EFFECTIVE DATE OF CHANGE SOCIAL SECURITY NO. EMPLOYER CHANGE IN EMPLOYEE S NAME CHANGE ADDRESS FROM: FROM: TO: TO: Qualifying Event: Signature Date 9475 Chesapeake Drive, San Diego, CA Fax

3 What is a Flexible Spending Account? An FSA allows you to pay certain Health Care and Dependent Care expenses with pre-tax money. Money is deducted pre-tax from each paycheck, up to the maximum set by you, and placed in a flexible savings account. Since the money you choose to put into the account are non taxable you will save on Federal Income Tax (15-35%), FICA (7.65%), and State Income Tax. A savings of 22.65%-48.65% depending on your federal tax bracket and state you live in. Once enrolled you, you are allowed to draw money out of the account to reimburse yourself for out-of-pocket medical and/or dependent care eligible expenses, incurred during the calendar year which are not reimbursed from insurance or another source. How do Flexible Spending Accounts work? During open enrollment or the first of the month after 30 days of employment, you will complete an enrollment form and return it to Target CW benefits department. It is very important that you estimate your annual election conservatively. IRS regulations stipulate that once you enroll, the election amount cannot be altered, cancelled, or refunded. You may be allowed to make changes if you have a change if you have had a change in family status( such as marriage, divorce, childbirth, adoption, etc) but refunds are never permitted. Expenses must be incurred during the calendar year, which you are enrolled, and cannot be eligible for reimbursement from another source. At the end of each calendar year, you will have 60 calendar days to submit any reimbursement claims and receipts for the previous calendar year. Any monies left unclaimed are forfeited at the end of this time. Here is an example of the tax savings Without FSA With FSA Annual Earnings $36, $36, Pre- tax FSA contribution $ $1, Taxable Income $36, $35, Average Taxes (27.65%) - $9, $9, After Tax Health Care Expenses - $1, $0.00 Tax home pay $25, $25, Total Savings $0.00 $ You essentially give yourself a raise by increasing your take-home pay! How type of Flexible Spending Accounts is there? Target CW offers two different types of FSA plans? Unreimbursed Medical This allows you to put aside pre-tax dollars to pay for medical and dental expenses which are not covered under the health plan for you and your dependents. You may participate in the Flexible Spending Accounts even if you are not enrolled in Target CW insurance plans. Dependent Care Allows you to set aside pre-tax dollars to pay for child-care or for the care of a disabled dependent..

4 DEPENDENT CARE ASSISTANCE ACCOUNTS Why a Dependent Care Assistance Account? The purpose of a Dependent Care Assistance Account is to provide a vehicle through which you can accumulate pre-tax funds in order to reimburse yourself for childcare expenses or day care for a your child or disabled dependent while you are employed. If you are married, you generally will not be able to receive benefits unless your spouse is employed, a full-time student or disabled. How does a Dependent Care Assistance Account work? In order to participate in the Dependent Care Assistance Account, you estimate what your annual expenses will be for dependent care. Then, set aside that amount from your income by indicating on the Enrollment Form how much you wish to have credited each pay period to the Dependent Care Assistance Account. It is important to note that depending on your tax bracket paying for dependent care expenses with pre-tax dollars through a Dependent Care Assistance Account may provide substantial tax savings! You should compare the tax benefits of this account to the dependent care tax credit currently permitted under the law. What is an eligible expense? The dependent care expenses which are eligible for reimbursement include services provided for: a dependent who is under the age of 13; a dependent who is physically or mentally incapable of caring for him/herself; or your spouse, if he/she is physically or mentally incapable of taking care of him or herself. The expenses to be reimbursed must be incurred in order to enable you to remain gainfully employed and include the costs for the following: Household services such as those provided by a maid, cook, housekeeper or babysitter if they are related to the care of a qualifying individual as well as to run the home. The actual care of the qualifying individual in your home or during the day outside your home if the qualifying individual regularly spends at least eight (8) hours a day in your home. Qualified Day Care Center and Expenses: In the event you use a day care center, only the expenses of a qualified dependent care center may be reimbursed. A qualified dependent care center is a facility which provides care for more than six individuals other than individuals who reside there; receives a fee, payment or grant for providing services to any of these individual; and has established that it complies with applicable laws and regulations of the state where it is located. Tax ID# of Care Center (or Social Security number if provider is an individual) MUST be included on the reimbursement request form. What is not allowed as an eligible expense? Generally, care does not include food or schooling expenses. But, if these items are included as part of the total care, and they are incident to and cannot be separated from the total cost, you may include the total cost. You may not include the cost of schooling for a child in the first grade or above or the expenses for sending your child to an overnight camp. You cannot be reimbursed for dependent care expenses paid to one of your dependents, your spouse or one of your children who is under the age of 19. If you are married, you generally will not be able to receive benefits unless your spouse is employed, a full-time student or disabled. End of your Dependent Care Reimbursement: You have until 60 days after the plan year ends to submit your final expenses from the previous plan year. Eligible dependent care expenses include only those amounts incurred during the year in which you participate in the Dependent Care Reimbursement Account. Any remaining balance after 60 days is forfeited.

5 DEPENDENT CARE ACCOUNT WORKSHEET This worksheet will help you to think about your dependent care expenses for the coming year and estimate the amount you should put in your Dependent Care Account to reimburse yourself for them. Remember to consider any anticipated changes that might affect your expenses such as marriage or a new baby. In estimating your expenses, keep in mind that any dependent care expenses you reimburse with a Dependent Care Account may not be claimed for tax credit when you file your income tax return. The maximum amount you may contribute to your Dependent Care Account is $ $2500 if you are married and file a separate income tax return. If your spouse also participates in a reimbursement account at his/her employer, you should consider this amount when completing this worksheet. TYPES OF DEPENDENT CARE EXPENSES Wages or salary paid to a babysitter or companion in or outside your home. Services of a day-care center and/or nursery school Cost for care at facilities away from home such as family day care or adult day-care centers Wages paid to a housekeeper for providing care for an eligible dependent. Total estimated dependent care expenses Enter amount from line 5 or $5,000, whichever is less. This is your estimated annual eligible expense

6 Adjusted Gross Income Single, filing as head of household One child Dependent care expenses $2400 annually Tax Savings Tax Savings using using Tax Flexible Spending Credit (TC) Account (FSA) DEPENDENT CARE EXHIBIT FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNTS VS TAX CREDIT Best Option (TC or FSA) Adjusted Gross Income Single, filing as head of household Two children Dependent care expenses $4800 annually Tax Savings Tax Savings using Tax Credit using Flexible (TC) Spending Best Option (TC or FSA) Account (FSA) $10,000 $0 $184 FSA $10,000 $0 $367 FSA $12,000 $225 $409 FSA $12,000 $0 $367 FSA $14,000 $525 $544 FSA $14,000 $158 $525 FSA $16,000 $648 $544 TC $16,000 $458 $825 FSA $18,000 $624 $544 TC $18,000 $758 $1,087 FSA $20,000 $600 $544 TC $20,000 $1,058 $1,087 FSA $22,000 $576 $544 TC $22,000 $1,152 $1,087 TC $24,000 $552 $544 TC $24,000 $1,104 $1,087 TC $26,000 $528 $544 FSA $26,000 $1,056 $1,087 FSA $28,000 $504 $544 FSA $28,000 $1,008 $1,087 FSA $30,000 $480 $544 FSA $30,000 $960 $1,087 FSA $35,000 $480 $544 FSA $35,000 $960 $1,088 FSA $40,000 $480 $544 FSA $40,000 $960 $1,087 FSA $45,000 $480 $544 FSA $45,000 $960 $1,289 FSA $50,000 $480 $856 FSA $50,000 $960 $1,711 FSA $55,000 $480 $856 FSA $55,000 $960 $1,712 FSA $60,000 $480 $856 FSA $60,000 $960 $1,711 FSA

7 Adjusted Gross Income Married, filing joint return One child Dependent care expenses $2400 annually Tax Savings Tax Savings using using Tax Flexible Spending Credit (TC) Account (FSA) DEPENDENT CARE EXHIBIT FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNTS VS TAX CREDIT Best Option (TC or FSA) Adjusted Gross Income Married, filing joint return Two children Dependent care expenses $4800 annually Tax Savings Tax Savings using Tax Credit using Flexible (TC) Spending Best Option (TC or FSA) Account (FSA) $10,000 $0 $184 FSA $10,000 $0 $367 FSA $12,000 $0 $184 FSA $12,000 $0 $367 FSA $14,000 $45 $229 FSA $14,000 $0 $367 FSA $16,000 $345 $529 FSA $16,000 $0 $367 FSA $18,000 $624 $544 TC $18,000 $278 $645 FSA $20,000 $600 $544 TC $20,000 $577 $945 FSA $22,000 $576 $544 TC $22,000 $878 $1,087 FSA $24,000 $552 $544 TC $24,000 $1,104 $1,087 TC $26,000 $528 $544 FSA $26,000 $1,056 $1,087 FSA $28,000 $504 $544 FSA $28,000 $1,008 $1,087 FSA $30,000 $480 $544 FSA $30,000 $960 $1,087 FSA $35,000 $480 $544 FSA $35,000 $960 $1,088 FSA $40,000 $480 $544 FSA $40,000 $960 $1,087 FSA $45,000 $480 $544 FSA $45,000 $960 $1,088 FSA $50,000 $480 $856 FSA $50,000 $960 $1,087 FSA $55,000 $480 $856 FSA $55,000 $960 $1,198 FSA $60,000 $480 $856 FSA $60,000 $960 $1,711 FSA

8 AFTER TAX OR BEFORE TAX EXAMPLE 1 AFTER TAX: the traditional after-tax payment of group premiums, medical/dental expenses and dependent care expenses EXAMPLE 2 AFTER TAX: the traditional after tax payment of group premiums, medical/dental expenses and dependent care expenses Total taxable monthly compensation $ 2, Total taxable monthly compensation $ 3, Taxes (20%) Taxes (20%) FICA (7.65%) FICA (7.65%) Total take home pay $ 1, Total take home pay $ 2, Dependent health insurance premium Dependent health insurance premium Medical/Dental Expenses Medical/Dental Expenses Dependent Care Expenses Dependent Care Expenses Net Spendable Income $ 1, Net Spendable Income $ 1, VS BEFORE TAX: the tax savings after you have redirected your income to take advantage of the tax savings in a Flexible Spending Account VS BEFORE TAX: the tax savings after your have redirected your income to take advantage of the tax savings in a Flexible Spending Account Total Monthly Compensation $ 2, Total Monthly Compensation $ 3, Redirected Salary of Employee into a FSA Redirected Salary of Employee into a FSA Dependent Health Insurance Premium Dependent Health Insurance Premium Medical/Dental Expenses Medical/Dental Expenses Dependent Care Expenses Dependent Care Expenses Total Taxable Monthly Compensation $ 1, Total Taxable Monthly Compensation $ 2, Taxes (20%) Taxes (20%) FICA (7.65%) FICA (7.65%) Net Spendable Income $ 1, Net Spendable Income $ 1, SAVINGS: $91.24 PER MONTH or $1, PER YEAR! SAVINGS: $91.25 PER MONTH or $1, PER YEAR

9 MEDICAL CARE REIMBURSEMENT ACCOUNT The Medical Care Reimbursement account allows you to set aside pre-tax dollars to pay for certain medical care expenses not reimbursed by any other medical plan. Using the Medical Care Reimbursement Account is just one way you can receive a tax break for qualified medical care expenses. The federal government also allows a tax deduction for qualified medical care expenses when you file your income tax return. Remember that you may either take a tax deduction or submit the expenses for reimbursement from your Medical Care Reimbursement Account but you cannot take advantage of both methods for the same expense. Request Reimbursement: To request reimbursement for an eligible expense, you must first submit your claim to your health plan (medical or dental) for reimbursement to determine if the expense is covered under your medical care program. Only those expenses not covered under your medical care program are eligible for submission and reimbursement. Reimbursement from the plan shall be paid according to the pay schedule by providing the Administrator with a completed reimbursement form and adequate verification. End of the year Medical Care Reimbursement: You have until 60 days after the plan year ends to submit your final expenses from the previous plan year. Eligible medical expenses include only those amounts incurred during the year in which you participate in the Medical Care Reimbursement Account. Any remaining balance after 60 days is forfeited. UNREIMBURSED MEDICAL EXPENSES WORKSHEET Listed below are medical expenses you and your family may have that are not completely covered by insurance. Estimate your annual medical related expenses not paid by insurance for the upcoming year: Child Birth (portion not covered by insurance) Chiropractor Co-payments Dental Care Expenses Out-of-Pocket Fees to Doctors and Hospitals Deductible Immunizations and Inoculations Orthodontic Expenses Prescriptions Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Support or Corrective Devices (i.e. orthopedic shoes) Vision Care (contact lenses, eyeglasses, laser eye surgery) Physician Prescribed Over the Counter drugs Other TOTAL* * Determine the portion you want withheld. Divide that amount by your number of pay periods and enter on the Flexible Benefit Enrollment Form under Unreimbursed Medical Expenses.

10 MEDICAL FSA ELIGIBLE AND INELIGIBLE EXPENSES Eligible Medical Expenses (This is a partial list) Acupuncture Ambulance hire Artificial teeth Birth control pills Braces Braille books and magazines Breast pumps by prescription for a specific medical condition Childbirth/Lamaze classes Chiropractors Coinsurance Contact lenses, including lens solution Cost for physical or mental illness confinement Crutches Deductibles Dental fees Drug and alcoholism treatment Drug and medical supplies Ear plugs if prescribed for a specific medical condition Eyeglasses including exam fees Fee of practical nurse Handicapped persons special schools Hearing devices and batteries Hospital services Insulin needles and test strips Laboratory fees Legal abortions Mentally/physically handicapped dependent expenses Norplant removal Nurses fees Obstetrical expenses Operations Organ transplant donor expenses (recipient may claim) Orthodontia Orthopedic shoes Over the counter drugs prescribed by a medical practioner Oxygen Physical Exams Physical Therapy Physician fees Pre-existing conditions Pregnancy test kits Prescription medicines Psychiatric care medically necessary only Psychologist fees medically necessary only Routine physical Smoking cessation Special deaf communication equipment Sterilization Vaccines Vitamins by prescription Wheelchair Wig for hair loss due to illness or disease Ineligible Medical Expenses (This is a partial list) Adoption expenses Automobile insurance premiums including the segment of premiums providing medical coverage for persons injured in an auto accident Cosmetic procedures Cosmetics, toiletries, toothpaste and personal hygiene Counseling marriage or family Dental teeth bleaching Eyeglasses for sports Exercise equipment not prescribed by a doctor for a specific medical condition Household and domestic help (even if recommended by a qualified physician due to an employee or dependent s inability to perform physical housework Institution custodial care in an institution Liposuction Massage therapy unless prescribed by a physician for specific illness or injury Maternity clothes, diaper service, etc. Medical/dental services rendered by a relative Nurse the salary expense of a licensed practical nurse incurred in connection with the care of a normal and healthy newborn (even if such care is required) Operation any expense incurred in connection with an illegal operation or treatment Over the Counter drugs Premiums monies paid for insurance coverage ( Health, Dental, Life, etc.) Prescription drug discount programs School costs for sending a problem child to a special school for anticipated health benefits the child may receive from the course of study and the disciplinary methods Social activities dance lessons or classes (even if recommended by a physician) Uniforms Vitamins or dietary supplements taken for general health purposes Water bottled Weight loss programs for general health (included food and drugs) even if recommended by a doctor Any expense that is for your general health, even if your doctor prescribes the program

11 CLAIM FILING INSTRUCTIONS Please Read Carefully Who Can File a Claim? Only employees participating in the Flexible Spending Plan can file a reimbursement claim. Employees can file a claim during the Plan Year and for a certain period after the Plan Year as described in the Summary Plan Description. Terminated employees can file a claim for a certain period after the date of termination if allowed by the Plan. Please see your Summary Plan Description. What Expenses Can Be Claimed? Only expenses incurred during the Plan Year can be claimed for reimbursement. Each year is treated separately and the year of claim is the year the expense was actually incurred by the participant. It is imperative to send separate claim forms for each year. Terminated employees can request reimbursement for expenses incurred during the time period for which contributions were received. Please see your Summary Plan Description. Allowable expenses are the same as those allowed for tax purposes except for long-term care premiums and expenses. A summary list is provided here for your convenience. This list is not exhaustive. Qualifying Dependent Care Expenses (Expenses necessary for you and your spouse (if married) to be gainfully employed.) Expenses paid to a dependent care center or care provider. Expenses paid for the care of a dependent under age 13 who lives with you. Expenses paid for care of other legal dependents who live with you and are physically or mentally incapable of caring for themselves. Completion of the Claim Form Complete all information on the claim form for each amount claimed for reimbursement. Make sure the claim does not include items for more than one Plan Year. Use different claim forms for different years. You must sign and date the claim form. Attach a copy of a bill, invoice or other written statement from a third party which supports each reimbursement request and shows the date the services was incurred. Copies of cancelled checks or credit card receipts are not valid receipts.

12 FLEXIBLE SPENDING ACCOUNT CLAIM FORM Complete and Fax along with receipts to or to Target CW Employee Name (Last, First, M.) Last 4 of SSN Employer Street Address City State Zip Code Check if new address I. MEDICAL CARE EXPENSES: (Eligible expenses not paid by any insurance.) Attach an itemized bill showing the following information and a copy of the Explanation of Benefits from your insurance company showing their payment or denial. Cancelled checks or balance due receipts are not acceptable. Date of Service Patient Name Relationship to Employee Provider Name Description of Services Amount Requested TOTAL: II. DEPENDENT CARE EXPENSES: (Attach receipts or have your provider sign and complete the following.) The IRS requires the dependent care provider to furnish the provider s current name, address, tax ID number (or SSN) to the taxpayer making the claim, unless the provider is exempt from federal tax income taxation as described in I.R.C. Section 501(C)(3). The Dependent Care Information including provider name, address, TIN/SSN is correct to the best of my knowledge. I understand that I may incur penalties of perjury if the information is knowingly misstated. (Signed below by Provider). Dates of Care Dependent Name Age Print Provider Name Provider Address TIN/SSN Amount Requested (From:To) Provider Signature TOTAL: The undersigned participant certifies that all expenses for which reimbursement of payment is claimed were incurred during a period while the undersigned was covered under the Plan and were not reimbursed from any other source. The undersigned fully understands that he/she is fully responsible for the accuracy of all information relating to this claim. The undersigned may be liable for payment of Federal, State and City income tax on amounts paid from the Plan which are not eligible expenses. Employee Signature: Date:

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