Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) Plan Administration

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IMS is your one-stop shop for all consumer directed spending accounts.

A flexible spending account (FSA) is an employer sponsored benefit offered by companies of any size. An FSA lets employees set aside pre-tax dollars to pay for eligible expenses like healthcare and/or dependent care. FSA plans can be offered alongside any medical or dental plan, self-funded or fully insured.


IMS’ benefits expertise gives us the prime opportunity to educate both employers and employees to become more affluent health care consumers. Employers will be assigned a dedicated Account Manager to ensure a smooth and efficient implementation and to provide on-going support. IMS assists in designing a Flexible Benefit Plan best suited to the employer’s individual needs. IMS can administer Flexible Benefit Plans without any changes to an employer’s current benefit plan administration.


By providing easy-to-use tools and compassionate service, IMS can help members and their families improve their quality of life and reduce overall expenditures on health care.

  • Member Mobile Application
  • Member Website
  • Benefits Cards with IIAS and MCC technology, including separate cards for Dependents
  • Direct Deposit & Check Reimbursement Options
  • Email, Text Messaging, and USPS delivered notification options
  • Online Claim Submission
  • Open Enrollment Campaigns and Online Educational Material

IMS can also produce Premium Only Section 125 Plans (POPs), Summary Plan Documents (SPD) and Wrap Documents on a standalone basis for a one-time fee that allows employers to deduct premiums for company sponsored health plans on a pre-tax basis. Non-Discrimination Testing services are also available.

Contact us today for your benefit needs.

Please call  800-426-8739 or fill out our form below.
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