Dependent Care FSA
A dependent care flexible spending account (DCFSA) is a tax-advantaged savings account funded through payroll deductions. DCFSA contributions are based on a calendar year.
DCFSAs are used to pay for qualified expenses related to care for dependents 13 years old or younger, a disabled spouse, an elderly parent, and more. To learn more about DCFSAs and how to spend it, visit the IRS website.
If your DCFSA is managed by Gusto, visit your Gusto Benefits Card Manager portal to review transactions, claims, and more.
Note for employers: In order to purchase and provide a Dependent Care Flexible Spending Account through Gusto, you must first have medical insurance managed by Gusto.
Questions & Answers
Q: When will employees receive their Gusto Benefits Card Manager cards?
A: 7-10 business days after enrolling.