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A flexible spending account, or FSA, administered by Navia Benefit Solutions, allows you to be reimbursed for certain out-of-pocket expenses without having income and Social Security taxes deducted from your account contributions. Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center offers two types of FSAs:
The Dependent Care (Day Care) FSA is to reimburse for dependent care (daycare) expenses for your children (under age 13) or other qualified dependents, such as disabled parents. (If you're married, generally both you and your spouse must work in order to be eligible for this type of FSA.)
You may claim reimbursement for the expenses of your family members (other than a domestic partner) even if they're not covered by the employer-sponsored medical/vision or dental benefits. Generally, you may use your Dependent Care (Daycare) Flexible Spending Account to pay daycare expenses that make it possible for you to work. Dependent care expenses must satisfy certain criteria to be eligible for reimbursement from your account. Learn more about eligible expenses for Dependent Care FSA plans.
View Navia’s list of eligible expenses for FSA Plans (Select Benefit and choose either Health Care or Day Care FSA)
Health Care FSA: You may use your health care flexible spending account, or FSA, to be reimbursed for health care expenses for yourself and your family that are not paid through another source (such as your medical plan). However, expenses incurred by or for the treatment of a domestic partner or the child of a domestic partner cannot be reimbursed.
The federal government sets the requirements for determining which health care and dependent care (day care) expenses can be reimbursed from funds contributed to your FSA. Learn more about eligible expenses for Healthcare FSA plans.
Dependent Care (Day Care) FSA: Daycare for your children under age 13 or for other qualified dependents (such as a dependent parent or disabled spouse) can be paid from this account if you can claim a deduction for the individual on your federal income tax return.
Submit FSA Claim Forms via fax, email, online submission tool, app or mail:
Navia Benefit Solutions
P.O. Box 53250
Bellevue, WA 98015-3250
To get reimbursed for qualifying out-of-pocket expenses, you must submit a claim form to Navia and attach proper documentation. The documentation must show the date of service, cost, and the type of expense you are claiming. Bills from providers or Explanation of Benefits statements from your insurance company are acceptable forms of documentation. Canceled checks and credit or debit card receipts usually are not.
The plan year runs July 1 to June 30. Effective July 1, 2023 the contributions are as follows:
Health Care FSA:
Dependent Care (Day Care) FSA:
Eligibility for the FSA plan is contingent on your employment and continued eligibility for benefits. If you terminate employment (or become ineligible for benefits) before the end of the plan year (June 30), your eligibility in the FSA ends.