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Enrollment, Changes to Enrollment, and Cancellations

​ Enrollment, Changes to Enrollment, and Cancellations

Enrollment

  • Your deduction will start in the current pay period if the SCO's Miscellaneous Deduction Unit gets your form by the 10th of the month.

  • The program does not allow retroactive pre-tax parking deductions.

  • Deductions not taken in the pay period you requested will start in the next pay period.

Changes to Enrollment

  • You may increase or decrease your pre-tax parking payroll deduction at any time by completing the CalHR 682 - Reimbursable Account Enrollment Form above and submitting it to your Personnel-Payroll Office.

  • Changes start in the current pay period if SCO's Miscellaneous Deduction Unit receives the form by the 10th of the month.

  • The program does not allow retroactive pre-tax parking deductions.

  • Deductions not taken in the pay period you requested will start in the next pay period.

Cancellations

  • Your deduction will stop with the current pay period if the SCO's Miscellaneous Deduction Unit gets your form by the 10th of the month.

  • The program does not allow retroactive pre-tax parking cancellations.

  • Deductions not cancelled in the pay period you requested will stop in the next pay period.

  • If funds remain in your Pre-Tax Parking Reimbursement Account and you are still an active State employee, you have one (1) year from your last activity (deduction or claim) in which to submit claims for reimbursement of work-related parking or you forfeit the remaining funds. Claims must reflect costs incurred while you were an active participant in the Program. Costs incurred after your last date of eligibility are not eligible for reimbursement.

  • If you are separating from State service and funds remain in your Pre-Tax Parking Reimbursement Account, you also have one (1) year from your date of separation in which to submit a claim for reimbursement of work-related parking expenses incurred prior to your separation or you forfeit the remaining funds. Claims must reflect costs incurred while you were an active participant in the Program. Costs incurred after your last date of eligibility are not eligible for reimbursement.

Parking Lot Transfers

The Program differs from the DGS-OFA or department-sponsored parking program in the way that they are coded and processed. You must cancel your reimbursement account deduction when you transfer from a private parking lot to a DGS-OFA or department-sponsored lot. Otherwise, you will have duplicate pre-tax parking deductions taken from your paycheck and could face forfeiture of unclaimed funds in your pre-tax parking reimbursement account.

  Updated: 4/23/2014
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