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DCEDistributed Computing Environment (OSF)
DCEData Circuit-terminating Equipment
DCEDivision of Continuing Education
DCEDynamic Contrast Enhanced (medical tests)
DCEData Communications Equipment
DCEDictionary of Contemporary English
DCEDirective Cadre sur l'Eau (French: Framework Directive on Water)
DCEDistributed Computing Environment
DCEDelhi College of Engineering
DCEDichloroethene
DCEDiretorio Central Dos Estudantes
DCED.C. Everest (Weston, WI)
DCEDirection du Contre-Espionnage (French: Directorate of Counter-Espionage; Algeria)
DCEDental Continuing Education (various organizations)
DCEDigital Currency Exchange (cryptocurrency)
DCEDichloroethylene (CAS Number 540-59-0)
DCEData Center Ethernet (Cisco)
DCEData Circuit Terminating Equipment
DCEData Center Edition
DCEData Communication Equipment
DCEDirector of Civil Engineering (various locations)
DCEDirector of Christian Education
DCEDossier de Consultation des Entreprises
DCEDaughter Calving Ease (cows)
DCEDalian Commodity Exchange (Chinese commodities exchange focusing primarily on agriculture)
DCEDead Code Elimination
DCEDigital Camera Eyepiece
DCEDiabetes Care and Education
DCEData Connect Enterprise (Olney, MD)
DCEData Collection Event
DCEData Center Efficiency
DCEDepartment of Civil Engineering
DCEDivision of Clinical Epidemiology (various locations)
DCEDepartment of Correctional Education (Virginia)
DCEDepartment of Chemical Engineering
DCEDefense Coordinating Element (MSCA)
DCEDiscounted Cash Flow to Equity (method of valuation; usually seen as DCFE)
DCEDrum Corps Europe
DCEDiploma in Civil Engineering
DCEData Circuit Equipment
DCEDistributed Collaborative Environment
DCEDesign Consulting Engineering (various companies)
DCEDistributed Computing Equipment
DCEData Carrier Equipment
DCEDainty Consolidated Entertainment (promotion; Australia)
DCEDroplet Combustion Experiment
DCEDuke Corporate Education (est. 2000)
DCEDie Casting Engineer (magazine)
DCEDynamic Collaborative Environment
DCEDynamic Channel Equalizer
DCEDigital Cellular Equipment
DCEDingman Center for Entrepreneurship (University of Maryland)
DCEDocumented Categorical Exclusion
DCEDependent Care Expense
DCEDiploma in Computer Engineering
DCEDirectie Cultureel Erfgoed (Dutch: direction for cultural heritage)
DCEDigital Communications Experiment
DCEDivision of Chemistry and the Environment (International Union of Pure & Applied Chemistry)
DCEDesign Community Environment (California)
DCEDiversified Cooperative Education
DCEDisability Coalition on Education
DCEDelta Center Elementary (Lansing, MI)
DCEDirectorate of Continuing Education
DCEDigital Communication Equipment
DCEDynamic Clergy Europe
DCEDirectie Coordinatie Emancipatiebeleid (Dutch: Management Coordination Emancipation Policy; Netherlands)
DCEDefense Combat Evaluation
DCEDutch Caribbean Airline (Netherlands Antilles, ICAO code)
DCEDivision of Comparative Endocrinology (Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology )
DCEDetector Control Electronics
DCEDistributed Component Environment
DCEDisque Compact Enregistrable (French: Writeable compact disk)
DCEDisaster Coordinating Element (FEMA)
DCEDirection de la Coopération Européenne (French: Directorate for European Cooperation; France and EU)
DCEDisaster Communications Equipment (FEMA)
DCEDesign Construction Evaluation (USACE)
DCEDeployment Control Electronics
DCEDepartment of Cancer Epidemiology
DCEDatabase Consultants Europe
DCEDelta Computer Education
DCEData Capture Equipment
DCEDigital Channel Equipment
DCEDisaster Control Element
DCEDual Cycle Ergometer
DCEDistributed Carrier Equipment
DCEDamascus Cutting Effect
DCEDark Cauldron Entertainment (record label)
DCEDistributed Collaborative Execution
DCEDepth Chart Engineering (football slang)
DCEDefense Contract Executive
DCEDestruction, Creation, Evolution (D.C.E. Records; Adleaide Australia)
DCEDoppler Compensation Enabled
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A participant in the dependent care FSA is entitled to reimbursement solely for dependent care expenses (i.e., the participant cannot be entitled to receive reimbursements in the form of cash or any other taxable or nontaxable benefit).
* Form 1040A's Schedule 2, Child and Dependent Care Expenses for Form 1040A Fliers
11 for taxpayers who file electronically and use Form 8863, Education Credits; Form 5695, Residential Energy Credits; Form 1040 A's Schedule 2, Child and Dependent Care Expenses for Form 1040 A filers; or Form 8396, Mortgage Interest Credit.
* Child and dependent care expenses include expenses incurred in the home (such as payments for a housekeeper).
More than three out of four HR professionals (76%) indicated that their organizations offered dependent care flexible spending accounts to allow employees to set aside pre-tax dollars that can later be reimbursed for dependent care expenses.
The IRS has declared definitively that debit cards may be used to pay for dependent care expenses. Before the ruling, there had been considerable debate regarding the appropriateness of this payment mechanism for DCAPs.
* Credit for Child and Dependent Care Expenses: This credit is available to people who have to pay for child care services in order to work or look for work.
I just heard that the IRS changed a cafeteria plan rule that affects medical reimbursement and dependent care expenses. What has changed?
Flexible spending arrangements (FSAs) are plans set up by companies enabling employees to pay for medical or dependent care expenses on a pre-tax basis.
Millerwood Consulting and Ceridian win an Excellence award in Benefits Communication for a campaign to increase employee awareness and participation in flexible spending accounts for healthcare and dependent care expenses. Focusing on employees who didn't currently save pre-tax dollars through payroll deductions, the web-based campaign offered Ceridian client companies two animated web commercials, featuring a cartoon superhero to communicate the advantages of the program.
For instance, certain tax credits may be taken for child and dependent care expenses. For parents with a dependent child going to college, the costs incurred are entirely tax deductible.
Cafeteria plans have been available since the late 1970s, and the FSA component allows employees to reserve pre-tax portions of their compensation to pay for health care and some dependent care expenses that are not covered by other benefits.