Flex Plan Info
2022 Open Enrollment - CLOSED
Open Enrollment for the 2022 Plan Year ended October 25, 2021.
New employees hired November 1, 2021 or later may enroll in the 2022 plan year. For new hire enrollment information, please send an email to FlexPlan@ladwp.com.
2022 Plan Year Election Maximums are as follows:
- Healthcare FSA (HFSA) - $2,750
- Dependent Care FSA (DCA) - $5,000
- Transit Account - $2,040
- Parking Account - $2,940
Additional details about Open Enrollment can be found by clicking Newsletter.
For questions about general plan information, please contact the LADWP Flex Plan staff at (213) 367-FLEX (3539). For online enrollment assistance and program questions, please contact TASC at (800) 422-4661.
Manage Your Account
TASC has self-service tools available to easily manage your Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) through your FlexSystems accounts and TASC Card transactions.
- Web Portal (24-hours, 7 days a week)
- UBA: https://uba.tasconline.com/login
- MyTASC Mobile App: www.tasconline.com/mobile
- MyTASC Text Messaging (SMS): Sign in, Access Profile, Update Mobile Number, Sign up to receive text notifications
- Phone: 1-800-422-4661
Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)
The Flex Plan increases your take-home pay by reducing your taxable income. Why not reduce these expenses by using pre-tax dollars instead of after-tax dollars? With rising healthcare costs, every penny counts! By using pre-tax dollars, you are taxed on a lower gross salary, thereby saving money that would otherwise be spent on Federal, State and FICA taxes, and increasing your take home pay!
Healthcare FSA (maximum $2,750)
This FSA is for out-of-pocket eligible medical expenses throughout the Plan Year, which may include deductible and co-insurance portions of health insurance (NOT premiums), dental expenses, orthodontic expenses, eye care, and other eligible healthcare expenses.
Dependent Care FSA (maximum $5,000)
This FSA allows you to use pretax dollars to pay for eligible expenses related to care for your child, disabled spouse, elderly parent, or other dependent who is physically or mentally incapable of self-care, so you (or your spouse) can work, look for work, or attend school full time.
Transit Account (maximum $2,040)
The Transit Account provides employees a way to lower the cost of getting to work by reducing mass commuting expenses. The current annual amount has been reduced by the $100 pre-tax monthly subsidy eligible employees can receive from the CARS Office.
Parking Account (maximum $2,940)
The Parking Account allows you to set aside up to $270.00 monthly in pre-tax dollars to pay for your non-LADWP subsidized parking expenses. The funds in this account can be used to pay for parking at a location from where you start your commute to work, and parking meters during your work shift are eligible too! The current annual amount has been reduced by the $25 pre-tax monthly subsidy eligible employees can receive from the CARS Office. This account CANNOT be used for parking a subsidized parking at LADWP facilities, as this is already a pre-tax deduction.