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How much can and should I contribute to an FSA?
The 2022 plan year maximum contribution for a General Purpose (GPHC) or the Limited Purpose Health Care (LPHC) FSA is $2,750 per year. The maximum contribution for a Dependent Care FSA is $5,000, up to the maximum family amount for which you qualify.
The minimum amount per pay-period you may contribute to each account is $2.00. The total amount you decide to elect for the plan year is called your Annual Goal; you may not change your Annual Goal once Benefits Open Enrollment (BOE) ends, unless you have had a qualifying life event (QLE).
It is important to only contribute as much as you can reasonably expect to spend on out- of-pocket health care or dependent care expenses (based on the FSA you select) for the coming year. View the Health Care FSA with Carryover FAQs for more information on how to avoid forfeiture for Health Care FSAs.