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I have an employee who has Celiac Disease. So she has to eat special foods and therefore can use the difference in cost between regular food and the special food towards her FSA. For 2013 she submitted a bunch of receipts and we had to wade through stuff and figure things out. I was hoping someone has faced this issue in their company and will have solutions that we can adapt for our company. Does anyone use a spreadsheet to track this stuff. Can we require the employee to submit a spreadsheet and not just receipts with stuff highlighted?
On another note, she says special foods include food and beverage and therefore beer should be included in that since she has to drink special beer. My argument that she didnt HAVE TO drink beer didnt go over well and I could not find anything on the IRS website that can prove my point. Every website says FOod and Beverage costs and according to her Beverage includes Beer. I just want to do right by the company and her. Any advice on this issue would also be helpful.