I have $2,500 in FSA funds available after going per diem at my job in March. I have not worked since then so the only money that I’ve actually contributed is $300 from January to March. Is it okay to spend the $2,500 still or will I have to pay my employer or FSA administrator back?
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Are you still employed by the employer? If you’re still employed by the employer, you don’t have to give the employer your wages/its extra payroll funds back but you do have to spend your wages/extra payroll funds in accordance with the scheme rules and [how *this* employer adheres to the scheme rules.](https://www.healthcare.gov/have-job-based-coverage/flexible-spending-accounts/)
It’s possible but the expense needed to be incurred while you were covered by the plan.
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