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Financial & Retirement
Companies that provide Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
Healthcare (max contribution of $2,750 per year), Dependent Care (max contribution of $5,000 per year), Commuter (up to $270 per month for transit / parking)
$2,750 maximum employee contribution for healthcare FSA, $5,000 maximum employee contribution for Dependent Care FSA.
Dependent Care FSA: for children under the age of 13 or a dependent adult.
Day Care Flexible Spending Account allows you to put aside up to $5,000 annually in pre-tax dollars to pay for daycare expenses for eligible family members, so that you can work.
Health and dependent care
Health Care FSA up to $2,700 and Dependent Care FSA up to $5,000
For dependant care
Health care, dependant care
Health, commuter and dependent care
Dependent Care Spending Account: employee contribution up to $5000 per year; T-Mobile contributes $200/month if your AHI is $63,000 or less, $125/month if your AHI is between $63,000.01 and $99,000.
Healthcare and Daycare
You can contribute from $130 to $2,750 for for dental and vision expenses.
It's there, but the company doesn't contribute..
$5k Dependent Care FSA contribution
Commuter Benefits, Health Care, Dependent Day Care
Healthcare Reimbursement Account, Limited Purpose Healthcare Account, Day Care Reimbursement Account, Transit & Parking Accounts.
Booz Allen Hamilton
The maximum annual contribution for the Healthcare FSA is $2,700 and the maximum annual contribution for the Dependent Care FSA is $5,000.
Limited purpose healthcare FSA for dental and vision expenses.
You may set aside up to $5,000 before tax per year for a Dependent Care FSA if you are unmarried or married and filing a joint tax return, or up to $2,500 before tax per year if you are married and filing separately
Dependent Care Flexible
Health care and dependant care expenses on a before‑tax basis.
For healthcare FSA: if you are enrolled in the HDHP with HSA, you cannot participate in the FSA. For dependent care FSA: you can set aside up to $5,000 per household per year. You must enroll into the program for every year and use all the money, otherwise it will be lost.
Healthcare: for qualified vision and dental expenses; dependant care
Health Care FSA: up to $2,750 each year for out-of-pocket dental and vision expenses; Day Care FSA: up to $5,000 per year for childcare (children up to age 13) and adult care expenses.
The company’s annual max for medical/dental is $2,600, and $5,000 for dependent care.
Health Care and Dependent Care
Pre tax dollars to pay or reimburse for eligible healthcare expenses for you or your dependents; IRS limit $2,750 per year ($5,000 per household).
Health FSA: medical, dental and vision expenses for yourself and dependents; Dependent Care; Pre-Tax Commuter Spending Account.
For Dependent Day Care FSA in case you earn less than $85,000 per year
for eligible out-of-pocket healthcare expenses and dependent care expenses.
For health care, child care, elder care, public transport, and parking expenses.
employee contribution only
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Palo Alto Networks
The Home Depot
Cadence Design Systems
A Cloud Guru
Bristol Myers Squibb
The Trade Desk
Commonwealth Care Alliance
Toyota Research Institute
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