Flexible Spending Accounts

Flexible Spending (FSA/HRA/Dependent Care/Transit) Experience

BAS administers the Flexible Spending Accounts for many of our members. Our Flex tools make your FSA experience as seamless as possible, giving you access to the information, functionality and funds required to quickly process your claims.

A Flexible Spending Account (FSA) is simply a way for you to set money aside from each paycheck to use on Eligible Expenses not covered by your health plan and Dependent Daycare Fees. Some examples of these expenses are: Office visit co-pays, Rx co-pays, Medical supplies (diabetic testing strips), some Over-the-Counter Medicines and much more. The money is deducted from each paycheck on a pre-tax basis which means you’ll save an amount equal to the taxes you would have paid on the money you designated to be set aside each year.

HealthEquity Flex Login

for accounts beginning 1/1/2022

Questions? Call HealthEquity

BAS is proud to be partnering with HealthEquity to offer our clients a best-in-class solution for Healthcare Flexible Spending Account (FSA), Dependent Care FSA, Limited Purpose FSA, Commuter, Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) and Health Savings Account (HSA) administration. For helpful tools and additional information, members may visit https://learn.healthequity.com/bas and then select ‘Explore tools and resources.’ Members may also reference the HealthEquity HelpCenter for additional support and to find documents and forms.

Call HealthEquity 24/7/365 at 866-346-5800





the convenience

of a card

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MyFLEX Login

for 2021 plan year accounts

Questions? Call BAS.

Our dedicated member experience team is ready to assist you with your questions about your Flexible Spending Account. Whether that is helping you understand the value of this benefit, submitting a receipt, or downloading the mobile app. We are here to help!

Monday through Friday 7:00am - 8:00pm CST: (800) 843-3831

Forms &
Resources Center

Click the button below to access the FSA, HRA
and Transit Reimbursement Forms.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Flexible Spending Account?

A Flexible Spending Account (FSA) is simply a way for you to set money aside from each paycheck to use on Eligible Expenses not covered by your health plan and Dependent Daycare Fees. Some examples of these expenses are: Office visit co-pays, Rx co-pays, Medical supplies (diabetic testing strips), some Over-the-Counter Medicines and much more. Some exclusions do apply.

The money is deducted from each paycheck on a pre-tax basis which means you’ll save an amount equal to the taxes you would have paid on the money you designated to be set aside each year. For example, if your paycheck is deposited every two weeks, then you have 26 deposits per year. If you elect to set aside $1,560 annually, then $60 will be deducted from each of your paychecks throughout the year.

How do I enroll in Flexible Spending?

Eligible employees can enroll/re-enroll each year during the benefits open enrollment period. Simply complete the enrollment form (with/without) the takecare debit card and submit to your designated employer contact.

I’ve enrolled in the Flex benefit, now what?

After you’ve enrolled in the plan, when you’re ready to use the money in your flex account, simply swipe your take care® Flex Benefits Visa® Debit Card for qualified purchases. When you use your take care Card for qualified purchases, the money is instantly deducted from your flex benefit account. You won’t have to reach into your pocket to pay for qualified expenses, file a claim and then wait to get reimbursed. If your provider does not accept Visa, you may pay your provider directly, then submit a receipt and wait for a reimbursement check or have the money deposited directly into your bank account.