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Flexible Spending Account reminder: Request for reimbursement due March 31!

2018 Flexible Spending Account (FSA) participants who continue to be enrolled in a Classic/Value/Accountable Care medical plan for 2019, or who waived medical coverage, are able to make claims against any remaining funds in their 2018 FSA account for eligible expenses incurred between January 1, 2018 and March 15, 2019.

Any claims filed during this grace period must be submitted no later than March 31. Funds remaining in the 2018 FSA after March 31 will be forfeited to the plan administrator.  To submit your claim(s), you may 1) use the 2018 Navia Benefit Solutions claim form, or 2) logon to your account and submit your claim online at, or 3) utilize your Navia Benefits debit card.

Who Is Not Eligible?  If you had a 2018 FSA plan, and elected to enroll in a CDHP/HSA for 2019, you are NOT eligible for the annual grace period and you had until December 31, 2018 to use your 2018 FSA funds.

If you have any questions, please contact Navia Benefit Solutions at 800-669-3539 and speak to a PEBB Customer Service Representative or visit the above-mentioned website.

Human Resource Services, 509-335-4521,

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