You may want to increase your expenses to use up your account balance before termination. Once terminated, no expenses that happen after your last date of employment can be reimbursed.
Flexible benefits participation continues for job transfers within state government. Breaks and leaves of absence can cause you to be treated as a terminated employee.
Your FSA coverage terminates on the day your employment ends. You will then have up to 90 days to file claims for eligible services and purchases that happened from the beginning of the plan year to your termination date. After 90 days, your funds are forfeited. This applies to your medical FSA, limited purpose FSA (L-FSA) or dependent care FSA (DC-FSA). You may also be eligible to elect COBRA coverage for your FSA or L-FSA (COBRA is not available for the dependent care FSA).