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Do soccer, baseball, football, gymnastics, ballet, etc. day camps qualify for my Dependent Care FSA?

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Do soccer, baseball, football, gymnastics, ballet, etc. day camps qualify for my Dependent Care FSA?

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A. Generally, no. However, if the primary purpose of these camps is for care and well-being in order for you (or you and your spouse if married) to be gainfully employed, they may qualify. If for care and well-being, you must send a statement, with each claim submitted, stating that child attends that camp primary for care and well-being and not for educational purposes.

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Generally, no. However, if the primary purpose of these camps is for care and well-being in order for you (or you and your spouse if married) to be gainfully employed, they may qualify. If for care and well-being, you must send a statement, with each claim submitted, stating that child attends that camp primary for care and well-being and not for educational purposes. Overnight camps are not eligible for reimbursement.

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