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April 30 deadine for 2006 Flexible Spending Account claims

University personnel who established Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) during 2006 have until April 30 to submit claims to be reimbursed. Any money left in the account after April 30 will be forfeited.

FSA claims for (1) eligible medical and dental expenses processed by DMBA, and (2) prescriptions filled by Medco contracted pharmacies can be processed online. This is done by going to the DMBA web site, http://www.dmba.com and clicking on “Submit FSA Claims.” FSA claims for eyeglasses, contacts, over-the-counter medicines, daycare, etc., still need to be mailed to DMBA along with receipts. Employees enrolled with Altius must file paper claim forms for all services. Claim forms are available on the DMBA web site or at the Benefits Office, D-240 ASB.

Please contact Benefits Services at 422-4716 if you have any questions or need assistance with filing your FSA claims.

Writer: Berrey Parker

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