Your Health Saving Accounts (HSAs) and Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) Options

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    Flexible Spending 
    Account (FSA)

    Health Savings 
    Account (HSA)

    Eligible if:

    You are not enrolled in an HSA

    You have enrolled in a DPS High-Deductible Plan

    Maximum Contribution:

    January 2022 - December 2022: $2,850 

    January 2022 - December 2022:

    • $3,650 single
    • $7,300 family
    • Additional $1,000 for ages 55+

    Availability of Funds:

    Health Care FSA: Annual amount available immediately once enrolled. 

    Dependent Care FSA: Funds accumulate with each pay period deduction. 

    Only the amount actually deposited is available

    Roll Over of Funds:

    Funds for expenses incurred but not claimed by September 30th will be lost. The Healthcare FSA members can roll over up to $570 of unused funds.

    All unused funds roll over from year to year

    What if I change jobs?

    You can only use funds for claims through your termination date. All unused funds will be lost. 

    This account goes with you

    What can I use this money on?

    Dependent care expenses; copays and deductibles if you have an HMO medical plan

    Eligible medical, dental, and vision expenses

    *Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts can be paired with Health Savings Accounts. Visit HealthEquity to learn more.

Enrolling in HSAs and FSAs

  • You can enroll in HSAs or FSAs during your annual benefits elections on the enrollment site

     
    OE Dates

    Open Enrollment is April 18 - May 6 and every benefits eligible employee must take action by enrolling or waiving their benefits or you will be auto-enrolled in the Aetna 3500 or MotivHealth 2800 CDHP plan and a Health Savings Account (HSA). Go to Open Enrollment for updates, resources, and learning opportunities.

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