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Subject: Flexible Spending Account: Dependent Care Date: 7/28/2000 8:11 PM
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My wife and I both have Flexible Spending Accounts available at our work. The worksheet says "the maximum amount you may contribute to your Dependent Care Account is $5000; $2500 if you are married and file a separate income tax return." It would seem that since there is a cap for married filing separate, that the cap for both of us combined would be $5000, but it does not exactly say that.

Can somebody clarify this for me? Can my wife and I both contribute up to $5000 to our Flexible Spending Account?
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