Do you have a tax-saving flexible spending account (FSA) with your employer to help pay for health or dependent care expenses? It’s a good time to review 2021 expenses and project amounts to be set aside for 2022. A pre-tax contribution of $2,750 to a health FSA is permitted in 2021. This is increasing to $2,850 for 2022. To avoid forfeiting your health FSA funds because of a “use-it-or-lose-it” rule, you must make eligible medical expenditures by the last day of the plan year (Dec. 31 for a calendar year plan), unless the plan allows an optional grace period. Like health FSAs, dependent care FSAs are also generally subject to a use-it-or-lose-it rule. Other rules and exceptions may apply.