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A Parking Account lets you pay for eligible parking expenses incurred at your place of employment with
pre-tax dollars.

What are the benefits? How does it work?
ξ Pre-tax contributions reduce your taxable
ξ Easiest way to pay for eligible parking expenses,
with tax-free money.
ξ Your Parking Account funds become available to
you as payroll deductions are taken.
ξ Eligible for unlimited carryover, so there is
minimal “use-it-or-lose-it” risk.
ξ You can enroll or make changes to your account
at any time during the plan year.

ξ Use our tax-savings calculator or annual expense
estimate worksheet to help determine how much
you should contribute per year.
ξ Your annual contribution is deducted pre-tax from
your paycheck in equal amounts throughout the
plan year and deposited into your TASC Account.
ξ Manage your account 24/7 via the TASC Benefits
mobile app or TASC Online account at

Enrollment Eligibility
ξ All active state employees, including limited term employees, are eligible to participate in a Parking Account.
ξ Note: Spouses and dependent children are not eligible. If you park at your place of employment, your deductions
may already be taken pre-tax. These deductions are not reimbursable through this program.
ξ Note: Student Assistants who are classified as fellows, scholars, and trainees in the University of Wisconsin
System, as well as employees-in-training who are classified as grad intern/trainee or post-doc fellow/trainee,
are not eligible.

Eligible Parking Expenses Parking Account Contribution Limit
Below is a partial list of eligible expenses that are
reimbursable through a Parking Account. For more
information, see your Employee Reimbursement Account
(ERA) Participant Guide. For the complete list of eligible
and ineligible expenses, visit www.IRS.gov and see IRS
Publication 5137.
2017 2016
Contribution Limit $255/month $255/month
Carryover Limit Unlimited Unlimited

This is the amount the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) allows to be
contributed to a Parking Account per month.

ξ Parking
ξ Parking
ξ Park n’ ride

How to Enroll Following Enrollment
ξ Annual It’s Your Choice Open Enrollment period:
October 17 – November 11, 2016
ξ Benefit Period: January 1 – December 31, 2017
ξ If you are a New Hire, contact your human
resources/benefit office for Parking Account
enrollment details.
ξ Visit www.etf.wi.gov/IYC2017 for enrollment
information, or contact your human
resources/benefit office for enrollment
ξ Note: Must re-enroll in a Parking Account each
year. Elections do not carry forward from year to

Once you have enrolled, you will receive:
ξ Welcome Brochure
The ERA Welcome Brochure will provide you with
information on how to set-up your TASC Online
account, service tools available to manage your
account, your responsibilities, and key dates.
ξ TASC Card
Your TASC Card allows you to conveniently pay for
eligible parking expenses. Be sure to review the
Cardholder Agreement included with your TASC
o Note: If you are a current TASC participant,
you will not be issued a new TASC Card. You
will continue to use your current TASC Card.

TASC Customer Care | Phone 844-786-3947 or 608-316-2408 | Email 1customercare@tasconline.com

Note: Parking and Transit are separate benefits. Please
choose the commuter benefit(s) that best meets your needs.