Can I change my Flexible Spending Account election once the plan year starts?

Once you make an election, you may not change your election unless you experience an IRS “Change in Status” or “qualified life event.” If you do experience a qualified life event or change in status (such as marriage, adoption, divorce, etc.) your election change must be consistent with the Change in Status event. For example, if you adopt a child then you may increase your Dependent Care FSA election due to the newly eligible dependent.


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September 15, 2021

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