FSA/HSA benefits through Gartner
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Your benefits include the option to pay for care pre-tax with an FSA or an HSA. Either of these options helps you pay for out-of-pocket medical, dental, and vision expenses while saving money that would normally go to taxes.
A flexible savings account (FSA) is an account that you can put pre-tax dollars into to cover eligible expenses.
The FSA can be used to pay eligible expenses for you and/or your eligible dependents. Examples of eligible expenses are: co-pays, deductibles, prescriptions, dental services, Lasik surgery, and many others.
A health savings account is a tax-exempt medical savings account that’s tied to a High Deductible Health Insurance Plan (HDHP). An HSA offers many great advantages to help you budget for and save on eligible expenses for yourself and your eligible dependents.
- You own it: You own your HSA, and can even take it with you if you leave Gartner.
- You choose how to use it: You choose how much you want to contribute to your HSA and you can change your contribution throughout the year. The way you use your HSA is up to you, whether you use it for expenses during the year or let it roll over from one year to the next to use for eligible expenses in the future.
- You save: All of your per paycheck contributions to the HSA are on a pre-tax basis.
As a Gartner associate, you may be able to enroll in either an FSA or an HSA, depending on your medical plan.
Gartner's FSAs are managed by Wageworks.
Gartner's HSAs are managed by Cigna. To learn more about your benefits, call (800) 244-6224 or tap the button below to visit Cigna's website.
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