Dependent Care FSA

Participating in a dependent care flexible spending account is like receiving a 30% discount from your care provider.

Dependent Care FSA

A dependent care FSA (DCA) allows you to pay for dependent care while you are at work with pre-tax dollars, which saves you money.The IRS limits annual contributions to $5,000 on income tax returns for single or married filing jointly, and $2,500 for married filing separately. Start saving an average of 30% on your dependent care expenses!

Account Login

Access you online portal to view claims, payment history, update personal information, card transactions, and more!

Mobile App

Access your account information using our mobile app. See account balances, submit claims, update your personal information!

DCA FAQ

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Sample Tax Savings

Tax Status DCA Contribution Annual Savings*
Married (Separately) $2,500 $691
Single $5,000 $1,382
Married (Jointly) $5,000 $1,382

*For illustrative purposes only. Based on a typical tax situation of 15% federal tax, 7.65% FICA, and 5% state income tax. Your tax situation may be different. Consult a tax advisor.