Articles Under the Tag: DCA
Offering reimbursement options is an effective way to improve employee experiences and employer satisfaction.
“Use or Lose!” – Deciphering the difference between carryover provisions, grace periods, and runoff periods
When it comes to your benefits, it's important to review your coverage and compare plans before leaving your job.
There are specific rules for annual contribution limits and the use of Healthcare FSAs or Dependent Care Accounts funds (DCAs).
The IRS has just announced 2023 reimbursement account limits and Social Security wage caps.
Did you know you can use your DCA for day camps and in-home care? Here are a few eligible options you may not have considered.
Filing a DCA claim doesn't have to be a stressful or confusing process! Review these FAQs so you can feel prepared when filing your next claim.
When you leave a job, you may have questions about what happens with your Dependent Care Account (DCA).
Explore the important legislative changes that are impacting FSAs and DCAs.
When your employment ends, whether it was voluntary or not, access to your HCFSA also ends unless you’re eligible to continue coverage through COBRA.
Often, simple oversights or misunderstandings can result in claim denials for your Flexible Spending Account.
HCFSAs can be a great way to help employees pay for covered medical expenses. But what happens if they don’t use all their funds by the plan year end?