• The dependent care FSA limit is $5,000 per household for the new plan year (July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018) and depends on your tax-filing status. For more information, review the 2017-2018 Flexible Spending Accounts Sourcebook at www.hr.vcu.edu/open-enrollment.
The $2,500 limit for medical flexible-spending accounts is per person per plan rather than per household, so if you and your wife both have FSAs through your jobs, you can each contribute up to $2,500 in pretax money to your FSA accounts.
Re: Limit 1 per house hold 2017/08/10 01:03:25 (permalink). Some items have a limit because of the limited supply. You could try to call or email and see if they can help but a number of items do have a limit.
07-14-2017 09:31 AM. Im a single Head of Household with 5 children. 2 in children in care while I work. I earn 49,100 a year. Would it be a better route for me to use the FSA with my company for dependent care expenses? Or to simply wait for the tax credit?