Our Commuter Expense Reimbursement Account allows you to use pre-tax dollars to pay for your parking and commuter costs. You can deduct up to $265 per month for parking costs or up to a maximum of $265 per month for mass transit or van pooling costs.
In many plans, remaining funds roll over to the following year if you re-enroll in a new plan—check with your employer to see if this is an option for you. If you don’t re-enroll, you have a run-out period to request reimbursement for commuter expenses incurred during the plan year. Any funds remaining in the account at the end of the run-out period will be forfeited to your employer.
You must submit your request for reimbursement within 180 days from the date on which the expense is paid, not to exceed the plans run-out period.Login
It’s easy, just follow the simple steps below. Please note that your employer will need to be contracted with BenefitHelp Solutions for you to use this benefit.
1. To enroll in the Flexible Spending Account(s) (FSA), please contact your Human Resources (HR) or Employee Benefit department to obtain instructions on enrollment.
2. Determine how much you expect to spend during the plan year on childcare and medical expenses not covered by insurance by using the enrollment worksheet. You may also want to review the listing of eligible & ineligible expenses to verify that expenses you are considering for reimbursement are eligible.
a. The healthcare maximum is determined by your employer
b. The Dependent Care tax year maximum is mandated by the IRS at $5,000 per family ($2,500 if married filing separately).
3. If your employer uses forms, complete the enrollment form you obtained from HR. Sign, date and return your enrollment form to your employer. Do not send to BenefitHelp Solutions.
4. Your employer will automatically deduct the amount requested from your paycheck and send it to BenefitHelp Solutions to be deposited in your FSA account(s).