Captain Contributor Explains DCAPs

A DCAP, or Dependent Care Assistance Plan, is an employer-sponsored benefit account that helps pay for the care of a qualified dependent. Each pay period, the employee makes a pre-tax contribution to the account. After paying for care and filing a claim, the employee receives reimbursement.

 

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