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Do I need to save or submit documentation for my FSA expenses?
Yes, per Internal Revenue Service regulations, you must save your itemized documentation for tax purposes. This includes receipts, bills, and any other documentation you may receive detailing your expenses when using the Health Care FSA Card. Otherwise, HealthEquity|WageWorks may request that you provide documentation such as a detailed receipt to validate a claim at any time throughout the plan year. The last day to substantiate reimbursement requests through HealthEquity|WageWorks for the 2022 plan year is March 31st, 2023.
Note: Health Care FSA participants using the Health Care Card must submit requested substantiation receipts within 90 days of the original transaction date, to HealthEquity|WageWorks, or the Card privileges will be suspended until the claim is substantiated.