When do I need to submit my FSA claims?

FSA Claims need to be submitted by the date and cut-offs outlined in your plan documents. Benefit Resource provides this information in the Plan Highlights, which can be found in the Documents section of the BRiWeb Participant login. You may also contact your employer benefits administrator.

How does reimbursement for orthodontia expenses work?

For a plan that allows reimbursement of orthodontia (e.g. Medical FSA), IRS regulations allow reimbursement based on date of payment, date of service or the payment due date on statements/coupons. IRS regulations allow a Medical Flexible Spending Account (FSA) participant to be reimbursed for pre-paid orthodontia services, up to a participant’s annual election amount, before […]

How do I submit an expense for reimbursement?

Submit Claim Mobile

After a service is provided, you will need to submit a completed claim with supporting documentation to Benefit Resource. You can do this in one of the following ways: The BRIMOBILE app allows mobile device users to submit claims on-the-go. Log into the participant website, under the FSA/HRA Plans tab, select Submit an Online Claim. Complete […]

Is there a minimum claim submission amount?

There is no minimum claim amount, but your Plan may have a minimum reimbursement amount (usually $15). If your eligible claim amount is less than the minimum, it will be held until additional claims are submitted. (During the run-out period after the end of each plan year, reimbursements will be issued even if they are […]

What supporting documentation do I need to submit with my completed claim when requesting reimbursement from my Medical FSA?

Acceptable supporting documentation for medical claims must include the following information: Name of provider of the service/product Date of service/date product was purchased Type of service/product (drug name required for prescription claims) Your out-of-pocket expense for the service/product (amount not covered or reimbursed elsewhere) Name of employee or dependent for whom the service/product was provided.