Flexible Spending Accounts
You must be enrolled in the $1,000 Deductible plan or in an eligible, non-Equifax medical plan.
Healthcare expenses, such as doctor visit copays, deductible expenses, and pharmacy, dental, and vision care needs.
See the full list of IRS-approved expenses.
You must be enrolled in the $2,000, $3,000 or $4,000 Deductible plan.
You can only use the Limited Purpose FSA to pay for eligible:
- Dental expenses, including orthodontia, coinsurance, and copays
- Vision expenses, including LASIK surgery, glasses or contacts, coinsurance and copays
- Medical and prescription drug expenses, but only after you’ve met your annual deductible
Medical Plan Enrollment
This FSA is not used for healthcare expenses. You can use a Dependent Care FSA regardless of whether you’re enrolled in a medical plan or what medical plan you’re enrolled in.
Eligible expenses for childcare for a dependent child under age 13, or to care for your spouse or relative who is physically or mentally incapable of taking care of themselves.
Note: To the extent summary information on this site conflicts with the terms of underlying legal plan documents, the terms of the legal plan documents shall prevail.