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The Dependent Care Assistance Program (DCAP) allows state employees to pay for qualified dependent care expenses for a child under the age of 13, a disabled child age 13 or older, and/or an adult dependent – including day care, before- and after-school programs, elder day care, and day camp – on a pre-tax basis. You
may elect a tax year DCAP contribution of up to $2,500 if married and fling separately or $5,000 per household. In keeping with state statute, to participate in DCAP, you must be an active state employee and eligible for GIC benefits.
Eligible DCAP expenses are:
Ineligible DCAP expenses are:
If you’re an active state employee who is eligible for GIC health benefits, you’re eligible to enroll in the HCSA. You must also work at least 18.75 hours in a 37.5-hour work week or 20 hours in a 40-hour work week (half-time) to be eligible.
For the 2019 fscal year, the monthly administrative fee for HCSA only, DCAP only, or HCSA and DCAP combined is $2.50 on a pre-tax basis.
During the GIC’s spring 2018 Annual Enrollment period, state employees can enroll in FSA benefits for the 12-month fiscal year of July 1, 2018 – June 30, 2019. It is important to consider your election carefully. Because the IRS has a strict “use-it-or-lose it” rule, which means that money left in a pre-tax account plan at the end of a plan year is forfeited.
New state employees and employees who have a qualifying status change during the year may enroll for partial-year benefits. For DCAP, coverage begins on the first day of employment.
Qualifying status changes include:
If you are already an enrolled participant who wants to re-enroll, you must re-enroll each annual enrollment period online.
You can file claims for reimbursement (using a DCAP claim form) as you incur qualified expenses. You can also use ASIFlex’s online tool and mobile app to quickly submit claims. As required by the IRS, make sure to keep copies of all HCSA and DCAP receipts with your tax documents.
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