Flexible Spending



By electing to set aside dollars in your flex-spending account, you can pay for eligible out-of-pocket medical, dental, and vision expenses on a pre-tax basis, including deductibles, co-pays, and co-insurance for yourself, your spouse, and your dependents. 

My Flex Account Login

Default user name is the first letter of your first name followed by your last name and your default password is the last 4 digits of your social security number.  All lower case and no spaces. 


All non-temporary St. Louis County employees are eligible to enroll in flexible spending after one full calendar month of employment.

Each year you will choose to participate in St. Louis County's Flexible Spending Plan.   The program could produce real tax savings to you, but it does require that you plan for any anticipated expenses for the entire plan year.  Once the Plan Year begins, you may not make any changes to either the allocation of monies or accounts without a qualifying family status change event.   Your choices and the amounts you allocate to them will depend solely on the needs and expenses of you and your family.  All unclaimed contributions will be forfeited.   A grace period will occur each year between January 1 and March 15th.  Expenses incurred during the grace period will first be reimbursed with any unclaimed flex funds from the prior year and then reimbursed with any current year flex funds.  

Medical Expenses eligible for reimbursement

Flexible Spending Program Booklet


2018 maximum annual contribution amounts:

$  2,500 Dependent Care Account, married filing separately
$  5,000 Dependent Care Account, married filing Jointly
$  5,000 Dependent Care Account, Single
$  2,650 Unreimbursed Medical Expense Account
$13,840 Adoption Account

The choices and the amounts allocated to each category must be made each year prior to the first day of the year.  Each of the funds created by your election are separate and distinct from the others.  Amounts allocated for Dependent Care Account funds may not be used for any medical expenses or adoption expenses, Medical Account funds cannot be used for any dependent care or adoption expenses, Adoption Account funds cannot be used for any medical expenses or dependent care expenses.


2021 Flexible Spending Enrollment Form 
Medical Necessity Form
Paper Reimbursement Form


2020 Flexible Spending Enrollment Form  (Use this form to start a new dependent care and/or healthcare flex account for 2020)
2020 Flexible Spending Amendment Form (Use this form to change your current  2020 dependent care and/or healthcare flex amounts)

Need to change your flex amount?

You can change your flexible spending deduction mid-year by submitting the flex form within 30 days of your mid-year qualifying event.  

Some common qualifying events are:
  • Marriage
  • Divorce
  • Birth/Adoption
  • Loss/Gain of employment/insurance coverage
  • Changes in daycare needs or costs
Unexpected medical or dental expenses are not a qualifying event. 


Beth Menor
Sr. HR Advisor - Benefits

Sandy Kohn
Information Specialist 

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