Using flexible compensation, an employee "reduces" his/her taxable income. As a result, Social Security, federal and state income taxes are reduced. The more an employee uses flexible compensation, the lower his/her tax base will be, and the more net spendable income the employee will have.
Contact the Office of Human Resources or visit the WageWorks web site to learn more about the benefits, risks, and limits associated with the flexible spending accounts.
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