How do I access my flex spending account?

You can view the total available funds in your Health Care FSA and/or Child & Elderly Care FSA in the Flexible Spending Account app. Simply click on the app from your dashboard and look for your FSA funds under Benefits Summary.

What is a your spending account?

A Flexible Spending Account (also known as a flexible spending arrangement) is a special account you put money into that you use to pay for certain out-of-pocket health care costs. You don’t pay taxes on this money. This means you’ll save an amount equal to the taxes you would have paid on the money you set aside.

What is Ysa Ysa?

Young Single Adult (abbreviated YSA) is a category used in the Mormon Church to describe a single adult between the ages of 18 and 30.

How do I take money out of my FSA?

You can take out money whenever you need it to cover qualified expenses. You can use a debit card, also known as the Flexcard, to withdraw money directly from your FSA.

How do I withdraw money from my FSA?

Withdrawing from your FSA can be as simple as using a debit card, or you might have to submit paperwork and wait for a reimbursement. Usually, most FSAs – regardless of the type – require you to submit paperwork for reimbursement.

Can I withdraw money from my FSA card?

Can I get cash off my FSA card? In rare cases when you need to pay for qualifying expenses but the provider or store doesn’t take your FSA card, you can use your card to withdraw cash to make the payment. However, you must keep all the documentation proving that the amount you withdrew was used for eligible expenses.

What are the 2 types of flexible spending accounts?

There are two types of flexible spending accounts:

  • A Health Care FSA can cover medical, dental or vision expenses that you would otherwise pay for out of pocket.
  • A Dependent Care FSA— also known as a Dependent Care Assistance Program (DCAP) — covers employment-related expenses for child care.

Whats the difference between and HSA and FSA?

The most significant difference between flexible spending accounts (FSA) and health savings accounts (HSA) is that an individual controls an HSA and allows contributions to roll over, while FSAs are less flexible and are owned by an employer.