learning-centerWhat is the household limit if only one one of the spouse’ works?
Default Anonymous asked 3 months ago
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fsaadmin answered 3 months ago

For 2017, the individual limit that a health FSA user can set aside in payroll deductions is $2,600 per FSA account. The annual limit a dependent care FSA user can set aside in payroll deductions is $5,000 if married filing jointly and $2,500 if single. To qualify for a dependent care FSA, both spouses must be gainfully employed or seeking gainful employment. To learn more about plan limits and eligibility for participation in a given plan, contact your FSA or Dependent Care FSA administrator.