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The IRS has announced an increase in the public transit subsidy tax-free maximum for 2019 from $260 to $265 a month.
The IRS released the 2020 pre-tax limits for mass transit and qualified parking. The limits are effective on January 1, 2020. For 2020, the monthly limit for commuter benefits will be $270. That's up $5 from the 2019 limit.
Commuter Benefits - The IRS will allow $270 per month, pre-tax, to be excluded from an employee's income for qualified parking benefits, up from $265 per month in 2019. Additionally, the combined monthly limit for transit passes and vanpooling expenses for 2020 will be $270, also up from $265.
For the 2020 calendar year, an individual can contribute up to $2,750 to a health care FSA or limited purpose FSA (increase of $50 from 2019). Important details: If employers provide health care FSA contributions, this amount is in addition to the amount that employees can elect.
What are the contribution limits for commuter benefits? In 2020, the IRS mandated limit for pre-tax contributions to commuter benefits accounts will be increasing: To $270 per month in transit expenses. To $270 per month for parking expenses.
Nonprofits only pay UBIT on transit or parking benefits up to the per employee per month amount that's tax free to employees ($260 in 2018, rising to $265 in 2019).
Federal Commuter Benefits (Transit Subsidies) Executive Order 13150 of 2000 required that all federal employees in Washington, D.C., and its immediate suburbs receive a tax-free monthly benefit equal to their commuting costs up to a maximum of $270 in the form of passes or vouchers purchased by the agency.
For Transportation Plans, Parking and Transit limits for 2019 each increase to $265 per month. Unlike the pre-tax Health Care FSA maximum, the limits under a Transportation plan will include any employer contribution towards the Parking or Transit Benefits.
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