There's been a lot of attention in the media recently related to legislative action to address the rules and regulations that guide flexible spending plans. 

In just the last week, Minnesota Public Radio and Business Insurance have both written about the work by FSA advocates and members of Congress to amend the rules governing these accounts that were put into place by the recent health reform law.

In light of this growing interest, I offered to answer some questions about the current legislative environment and its possible effects on the future of FSAs.

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