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Check out this Transit video, and find out the answer to some of life’s most troubling questions:
With a Transit/Commuter benefits plan, you can put aside money before taxes are taken from your paycheck to cover commuting expenses. There are three types of commuter benefit accounts:
If you have a benefits debit card, you can use it to pay for your transit/commuter expenses. The card can be used at bus and subway terminals, or parking locations (where accepted). In some locations, like in many major cities, your card may have restrictions so that it can only be used where fare is sold.
If you don’t have a benefits card, you’ll have to pay up front, then submit a claim for reimbursement.
Transit/Commuter benefit limits are calculated on a monthly basis (as opposed to yearly). Check the IRS website on Section 132 accounts for more information.
You can change your contributions at any time during the plan year.
Mass Transit Pass / Fare
Commuter Highway Vehicle (Vanpool)