The IRS announced the new contribution limit for health flexible spending arrangements (FSAs) later than usual this year, which life a little harder for employers.For 2019, the FSA voluntary contribution limit is $2,700, a $50 increase from last year.Best 2 optionsThe limit was released after many companies already closed their open enrollment periods for next year.As a result, many employers may have offered workers the chance to participate in an FSA using the old contribution limit of $2,650 as the maximum salary reduction allowed.To address this issue, companies can ether do nothing, since no regs require them to give workers the maximum FSA contribution, or they can reopen enrollment period so employees can opt to deduct the extra money from their pretax pay.It may be a good idea to pass this info along to Benefits and HR so they can weigh in on which option works best for your company.Cite: