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You can save money on healthcare and dependent care expenses with a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) by paying for them with tax-free funds. FSAs allow you to set aside a certain amount from your paycheck before taxes are taken out. Then, you can use money tax-free to pay for eligible out-of-pocket healthcare and dependent care expenses.

Tax-Advantaged Accounts Make a Difference

See how much contributing to an FSA could save you over the course of a year.

Tax savings on $2,000 contribution to FSA
28% in federal income tax$560
5% in state income tax$100
7.65% in Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA) tax$153
Total tax savings for year with an FSA$813

This hypothetical illustration is for educational purposes only. Dollar amounts or savings will vary depending on income, state and city tax rules, and other factors. Please consult a tax, legal or financial advisor about your own personal situation.

For more information about the FSA, visit the HealthEquity portal or call 1-877-924-3967​.

Flexible Spending Accounts

Using an FSA is like getting a discount on everyday health and/or dependent care expenses because you’re paying with tax-free money.

There are separate FSAs for health care and dependent care.

Nutanix offers you two types of FSAs:

Tax AdvantageHealthcare FSA

Healthcare FSA

  • Pay for eligible healthcare expenses, such as plan deductibles, copays, coinsurance, vision and dental expenses (including orthodontia).
  • Contribute up to $2,750 in 2021.
  • Ability to carry over up to $550 from your 2021 balance to 2022.

Tax AdvantageDependent Care FSA

Works Like a Bank Account

Pay for eligible dependent care expenses, such as: child day care (under age 13), home care for tax-dependent adults so you and your spouse may look for work or attend school full time (not to be used for dependent healthcare expenses).

  • Contribute up to $5,000 in 2021, or $2,500 if married and filing separately.
  • Grace period of 2.5 extra months at the end of the plan year to spend your funds.
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Keep in mind, FSAs are “use it or lose it” accounts — you forfeit any money left at the end of the year.

The FSAs are administered by HealthEquity. Learn more about the HealthEquity Healthcare FSA and the HealthEquity Dependent Care FSA for more information about how to submit claims for reimbursement from your FSA.

iconWhat’s an eligible expense?
  • Healthcare FSA — plan deductibles, copays, coinsurance and other medical, dental and vision expenses. To learn more, see IRS Publication 502.
  • Dependent care FSA — child day care, babysitters, home care for dependent elders, and related expenses. To learn more, see IRS Publication 503.
iconHealthEquity login details
  • Visit the HealthEquity portal.
  • First-time users: Click Create your new username and password and follow the on-screen prompts to set up your account.
  • Existing users: Enter your current login credentials to access your account.
icon Use your money!

With FSA money, you use it or lose it. If you have a balance left in your FSA as year-end approaches, try to spend as much of it as you can on eligible expenses. Request reimbursement or manage your account on the HealthEquity portal.

iconCOVID-19 FSA updates

As a result of federal legislation passed in March 2020, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) and the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES), we have made important changes to our FSA plans to assist employees in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. If you have questions regarding any of these changes, please contact HealthEquity at 1-877-924-3967

Pre-Tax Plans
Healthcare FSA and HRA Claims Submissions DeadlinesThe 2019 Healthcare FSA and HRA claims deadline has been extended. All claims should be submitted to HealthEquity via email, fax or mail if you had an expense for 2019 that you would like to submit for reimbursement. Please contact HealthEquity at 1-877-924-3967 for details.
Over-the-Counter DrugsOver the counter (OTC) drugs are now eligible for reimbursement without a written prescription. This change is retroactive for OTC products purchased as of January 1, 2020. You may submit receipts for reimbursement via the HealthEquity portal.
Menstrual ProductsMenstrual products are now considered eligible expenses for reimbursement under your Health FSA. This includes products such as tampons, pads, liners, cups, sponges, or similar products. This change is retroactive for amounts paid for these products back to January 1, 2020. You may submit receipts for reimbursement via the HealthEquity portal.