If the primary purpose of the air purifier is to treat or alleviate a medical condition such as asthma or allergies, it may be eligible with a letter of medical necessity or prescription from a physician. We cannot, however, speak as to if your plan would allow this expense, please ensure that you confirm with your FSA/HSA administrator prior to purchase.
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- Can I use my FSA to purchase a metro card?
- Can FSAs be used to cover education expenses?
- Can I use an FSA for out of network doctors?
- Can I use my FSA to pay for exercise programs?
- What happens if I used my FSA for services covered under my healthcare?
- Are vitamins FSA eligible
- Is massage therapy FSA eligible?
- Are humidifiers eligible?
- Are Fitbits eligible?
- Is exercise equipment eligible?