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Flexible Spending Account (FSA) Information

 Flexible Spending Account (FSA) Open Enrollment for the 2016 calendar year begins October 26, 2015 and ends November 20, 2015.
Click here to view the 2016 Open Enrollment Bulletin.    

A Flexible Spending Account (FSA) allows you to set aside pre-tax dollars (reducing your taxable income) for daycare/dependent care and or health care expenses and to receive tax-free reimbursement for your eligible out-of-pocket expenses. 
PGCPS provides two FSA options.  You may sign up for a health care and/or dependent care account during Open Enrollment with a maximum amount of $2,550 for health care and $5,000 for dependent care for the 2014 calendar year.  The minimum amount for each account is $200.

Conexis is the FSA administrator for PGCPS.  To visit their website click here .

 Benefits and Flexible Spending Account Open Enrollment Bulletin 2016 
Important Facts About Flexible Spending Accounts 2016 

 Flexible Spending Account Deduction Calendar for 2016  
   Oracle Employee Self Service - Enrollment

Conexis Information 

Customer service number 1-866-279-8385 
Frequently Asked Questions about Health Care FSA 
Frequently Asked Questions about Dependent Care FSA  
How much can I save in taxes?  Use the FSA Calculator
Conexis FSA Expense Guide
Conexis Benefit Card (works like a debit card)  Frequently Asked Questions 
Sign up to view your accounts (and enroll in direct deposit) 
Conexis Health Care Claim Form  
Conexis Dependent Care Claim Form  
Summary Plan Description  

Flexible Spending Account Open Enrollment Bulletin 2015 
 Important Facts About Flexible Spending Accounts 2015  
 Flexible Spending Account Deduction Calendar for 2015 
   Oracle Employee Self Service - Enrollment   

New employees have thirty (30) days from their date of hire to enroll in a FSA using Oracle Self Service.  

Changes can only be made to a FSA during the plan year if the employee experiences an  eligible family status change(marriage, birth, adoption, death, etc.).  

IRS Publication 969 contains government details regarding FSA plans.