The voluntary employee salary reduction for contributions to a Health FSA increases to $2,700 from $2,650.
As your Cafeteria Plan administrator, GGA would like to share a few key points to remember when submitting your FSA and/or DCA claims.
Beginning September 12, 2016, GGA will begin using a new administration platform for the management of your Health FSA, Dependent Care FSAs, and HRAs.
With the upcoming holiday weekend, we want to take this opportunity to remind you that you have through September 5th, 2016 (at midnight) to use the mySourceCard debit cards before they are deactivated due to our software conversion.
Beginning September 12, 2016, Glynn Griffing & Associates will begin using a new administration platform for the management of your Health FSAs, Dependent Care FSAs, and HRAs.
Recently, we’ve been receiving a number of questions about COBRA and its rules and regulations as well as how it applies to FSAs, so we wanted to briefly answer a few questions about who should be offering COBRA, why an employee would elect to COBRA their FSA, and how the FSA Carryover factors into the equation.
On October 21, 2015 the IRS announced that the dollar limit on employee salary reduciton contributions to Health FSAs will remain at $2,550 for 2016.
You can now access your employee benefits account information on your smartphone with the myRSC mobile app.
The IRS released the annual inflation adjustments for 2015 yesterday
The IRS issued Notice 2014-55 on September 18, 2014, which expands the permitted election rules for health coverage under a Section 125 cafeteria plan. The notice addresses two specific situations in which a Section 125 cafeteria plan participant is permitted to revoke her/his election during a period of coverage