#Commuter Benefits

What are qualified transit expenses?

July 26, 2022

The following transit options are eligible for commuter benefits, according to the IRS. Some cities or states could have a slightly different list of eligible transit options.

  • Trains
  • Buses
  • Subways
  • Trolleys
  • Water Taxis
  • Light Rails
  • Ferries
  • Rideshares
  • Parking, Meter, Garages, and Lots
  • Vanpools

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