A Flexible Spending Account (FSA) allows consumers to deduct pre-tax dollars from their paychecks and deposit those funds in employer-sponsored accounts to pay for medical expenses - including over-the-counter, prescription, and vision health essentials. Consumers then can shop using their debit cards for eligible expenses or submit expense receipts to healthcare administrators for reimbursement. For information about a flexible spending account click here to access our FAQ page about Flexible Spending Accounts.
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- Can I submit a claim for a service that was performed in 2019 but I paid for in 2020?
- Can you withdraw money from your FSA card?
- Is there a dollar amount that can carry over to next year?
- I would like the contact information of my FSA provider.
- Will you match a price I found on another site?
- Is the data I submit kept secure and private?
- You have lost your FSA card - How to replace it?
- What is stockpiling?
- How do I check my FSA deadline?
- How do I suggest products to the online selection?