The Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and Health Savings Accounts (HSA) vendor will change effective January 1, 2020.
This page will be updated with information about the transition from TASC to ConnectYourCare (CYC) as new information is released.
Summary of the Vendor Change
ConnectYourCare (CYC) will be the new third-party administrator for the FSA, HSA and Parking & Transit Accounts effective January 1, 2020. This change was approved at the Group Insurance Board (GIB) meeting early 2019. Here is a list of the affected accounts:
- Health Care FSA
- Limited Purpose Health Care FSA
- Dependent Day Care Account
- Health Savings Account
- Parking & Transit Accounts – These accounts are no longer offered; however, if you were enrolled prior to June 1, 2018 and have a balance, your funds will transfer from TASC to CYC. You may continue to use your funds until exhausted or you become ineligible.
TASC will no longer be the third-party administrator after December 31, 2019; however, all 2019 unsubstantiated health care FSA claims on December 31, 2019 will still need to be resolved directly with TASC.
The communications sent to participants with active accounts will be posted below. Various communications will come from TASC (2019 vendor), the Department of Employee Trust Funds (ETF) or ConnectYourCare (2020 vendor).
- Retirees with HSA Only:
- CYC initially sent this communication to active employees. Active employees may disregard this email communication.
- This is the correct CYC communication for active employees.
All communications are sent to the email or mailing address associated with your TASC account. Login to your TASC account to confirm your contact information is accurate.
The vendor change is effective January 1, 2020; however, there are some processes that will be completed by TASC early 2020:
TASC (2019 plan administrator):
|12/31/2019||The last day to:
|01/31/2020||The last day to use your TASC debit card (HSA) if you electronically authorize the transfer of your HSA from TASC to CYC. TASC HSA funds that transfer to CYC will become unavailable until the transfer process is complete with CYC (02/29/2020).|
|03/31/2020||The last day to submit FSA expenses to TASC for the 2019 plan year.|
Cyc (2020 plan administrator):
|09/30/2019 – 10/25/2019||Enroll or re-enroll in the FSA and/or HSA through Self Service.|
|09/30/2019 – 12/31/2019||Electronically consent to rollover your HSA from TASC to CYC at www.connectyourcare.com/ETF.|
|01/01/2020||Begin to use your CYC debit cards (FSA). Reminder: FSA funds are available for use prior to them being contributed from your paycheck.|
|After 01/01/2020||After the first 2020 payroll has processed, begin to use your CYC debit cards (HSA). Reminder: HSA funds need to be in the account before you use them.|
|02/29/2020||If you electronically consent to rollover your HSA from TASC to CYC, this is when the process will be complete and you will have access to your HSA funds previously with TASC.|
|05/01/2020||Access your carry over funds (health care FSA) transferred from TASC to CYC. Carryover funds will not be available to use prior to this date.|
Frequently Asked Questions
How should health care FSA claims incurred in 2019 be resolved in 2020 if TASC sent a communication requiring documentation to substantiate a claim?
Claims incurred in 2019 that still need to be resolved in 2020 should be substantiated directly with TASC.
How does the substantiation process work with CYC compared to TASC?
Currently, TASC sends communications reminding participants to substantiate claims up to 60 days after a claim is incurred. Then, if claims remain unsubstantiated, the TASC debit card is deactivated.
CYC will send communications reminding participants to substantiate claims up to 85 days after a claim is incurred. Similarly, if claims remain unsubstantiated, the CYC debit card will be deactivated.
What will happen to my HSA with TASC?
Between September 30, 2019 and December 31, 2019, you may electronically consent to rollover your HSA balance from TASC to CYC at www.connectyourcare.com/ETF. There is no cost nor any fees that apply to rollover your HSA balance from TASC to CYC.
Or, you may leave your HSA with TASC. If you leave your HSA with TASC, you will be responsible for the monthly maintenance fee that will apply to your TASC HSA (~$3). Funds remaining in your TASC HSA may still be used for eligible health, dental and/or vision expenses.
How do I transfer my HSA from TASC to CYC after December 31, 2019?
You may complete the TASC HSA Distribution Request Form to transfer your HSA from TASC to CYC after December 31, 2019; however, you may be charged an account closure fee as TASC is only waiving this fee through December 31, 2019.
Will the beneficiary for my HSA that I have on file with TASC transfer to my HSA with CYC?
No, you will need to complete a new beneficiary form for your HSA with CYC.
My TASC HSA debit card expires 12/31/2019. Will I receive a new TASC HSA debit card to use for the month of January?
Yes, TASC will issue you a new HSA debit card if yours expires 12/31/2019. This will allow you to use your new TASC HSA debit card for the month of January.
Who to Contact with Questions?
Every effort has been made to ensure this information is current and correct. Information on this page does not guarantee enrollment, benefits and/or the ability to make changes to your benefits.