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Old 08-31-2020, 08:51 AM   #21
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Thanks for the link. Great information! I may still try to find a tax CPA or attorney that may confirm, but that seems pretty clear to me.
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We put some extra funds into FSAs this year in anticipation of some elective dental work. Between mandated and self-imposed delays due to pandemic we may be unable to use these funds. Is there any relief in the COVID 19 legislation for this scenario? I’m pretty sure we have to use these by 1Q21 otherwise.
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We put some extra funds into FSAs this year in anticipation of some elective dental work. Between mandated and self-imposed delays due to pandemic we may be unable to use these funds. Is there any relief in the COVID 19 legislation for this scenario? I’m pretty sure we have to use these by 1Q21 otherwise.
If your employer agrees to do so, your deadline may be extended to the end of 2021. See item #20 here:

https://www.kiplinger.com/slideshow/...020/index.html
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