Steps to Complete Your Renewal
✔ Watch this Renewal Overview Video
✔ Review your plan to see if you need to make changes
- From your CDA account, go to Benefit Plans › View Plans
- Select the next plan year from the drop-down menu
- Choose a benefit plan from the list
✔ *If you have changes, complete a Renewal Form and submit online via a “support request” in your CDA portal
Please Note for FSA Benefit Plans…
The temporary provisions available under the Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) and the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) do not apply past 2021. See below for details.
- (CAA) Unlimited Carryover Expiring:The unlimited carryover provision applied to contributions made to plans ending in 2021. Those funds can still be carried over to your plan ending in 2022.
- For Healthcare FSA funds contributed to a plan ending in 2022, the maximum that can be carried over to the next plan year (ending in 2023) is $550.
- For Dependent Care FSA, this provision is removed. Unused DCFSA funds contributed to a plan that ends in 2022 (or later) are forfeited and cannot be carried over to the next year.
- (CAA) Grace Period Extension Expiring: Grace periods will be reset to two and a half (2.5) months, down from twelve (12) months.
- (CAA) Runout Period: To allow the grace period extension, runout periods were set to one year plus one day (366 days). For plans ending in 2022, runout periods will be set to 90 days.
- (ARPA) DCFSA Contribution Limit Increase Ending: ARPA increased the DCFSA contribution limit for calendar-year 2021 to $10,500. The IRS has not yet announced updated limits for 2022, but we expect this will revert to $5,000; for off-calendar 2021-22 plan years, participants should adjust their contributions accordingly.