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Health Care Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs)

ALL ABOUT HEALTH CARE FSAs
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Choose how you spend the money

You have options with a health care FSA. It helps you save on everyday items like contact lenses, sunscreen and bandages. Or those high dollar expenses like surgery, orthodontia, and hearing aids. Review the full list of eligible expenses and choose how to spend your funds. Typically, you must spend the money in your FSA by the end of the plan year. Some employers give you more time to spend your funds or let you carry over unused funds to the next plan year. Check with your employer for details about your plan so you can maximize your savings.

Plan for savings during the year

You can feel good about contributing to a health care FSA. Since you’re setting aside money before taxes, it can help reduce your taxable income, increase your take-home pay and improve your finances overall. Plus, you’ll be prepared when you need to pay for health care expenses during the year.

Enjoy easy access to your money

Your employer may offer the PayFlex Card® with your health care FSA. If so, you can use the card to pay for eligible expenses at qualified merchants. Don’t have the card? No problem. Just pay for those expenses out of pocket. Then you can pay yourself back with your FSA through the PayFlex Mobile® app or website.

 

COMMON ELIGIBLE HEALTH CARE EXPENSES
Tax-free spending on eligible health care expenses

Check out the list of common eligible health care expenses. Use the search bar to find specific items and services. Or you can click on the column headers in the table to see which are eligible, eligible with a Letter of Medical Necessity (LOMN), or not eligible. 

 
 
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