Flexible spending accounts (FSA) are among the most significant tax shelters allowed by the IRS. Read on to learn how you can take advantage of substantial tax savings by using spending accounts. The health, dependent care and transit and parking flexible spending accounts are administered by WageWorks(http://www.takecarewageworks.com/).
Over-the-Counter (OTC) Drugs and medicines: as of January 1, 2011, your FSA can not reimburse you for OTC drugs and medicines (other than insulin) without a doctor’s prescription. OTC drugs/medicines can no longer be reimbursed through your FSA.
The employee website (www.myflexonline.com) now provides you with the option to enter claims online via the “Internet Claim Entry” option.
FSA - Health Care
- FSA HealthCare Information
- Over the Counter Fact Sheet
- FSA Health – eligible expenses
- Health Care Claim form
FSA - Dependent Care
FSA - Transit & Parking (Commuter)
- FSA - Transit & Parking (Commuter)
- FSA – T&P eligible expenses
- Transit & Parking Claim form
- Transportation & Parking Account
- Transportation & Parking Enrollment/Change Form
Health Savings Account (HSA)
Health Savings accounts are administered by Sterling:
CONTACT HUMAN RESOURCES:
Superior Court Figueroa Division
118 East Figueroa Street
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Superior Court Cook Division
Santa Maria Office
312 E. Cook St. Bldg. E.
2nd Floor Rm. 206
Santa Maria, CA 93454
Phone: (805) 882-4739