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Flexible Spending Accounts

Flexible Spending Accounts

Our Flexible Spending Account ("FSA") services allow an employer to establish a Plan under IRC section 125 that allows employees to pay for certain health care expenses on a pre-tax basis that are not covered by an insurance plan. In addition, an employee can pay for certain dependent care expenses on a pre-tax basis through the FSA. In most cases, our FSA services can be combined with our Premium Only Plan services.

Our FSA services include:

  • Enrollment Forms
  • Communication Materials
  • Claim Submission Forms
  • FSA Claims Processing
  • Direct Deposit of Employee Reimbursements
  • Web Accessed Employer Reports
  • Plan Document and Summary Plan Description
  • Annual Discrimination Testing
  • Signature-Ready Form 5500
  • Administrator's Guidebook
  • Toll-Free Customer Service
  • 24/7 Web Access

EBS Flex Card

EBS-RMSCO Flexible Spending Card

The quickest and easiest way is to use your EBS Flex Card to pay the provider directly for your qualified FSA expenses. Both your Health Care Account and Dependent Care Account are maintained on the same card. Since your card works at all providers that accept Visa©, it should be accepted almost everywhere.

With no out-of-pocket expenses, your EBS Flex Card is the best way to pay for your qualified expenses.

Flexible Spending Account Strategic Partnerships

EBS-RMSCO has been providing high-quality, cost effective FSA services to clients since 1986. Our clients are varied, and include for profit, non-profit, school districts, unions, and governmental entities of all sizes, including several Fortune 500 companies.

If you are a financial planner, broker, TPA, or Benefits Consultant with a significant number of FSA clients, we are interested in developing a mutually-beneficial Strategic Partnership with you to provide FSA services to your clients, and very competitive costs.