Because FSA funds must be used for expenses incurred within the current plan year, the general rule is that you should only purchase a quantity that you would realistically use within the remainder of your plan year. You want to ensure that the quantity would be justifiable, in case you are asked/denied by your FSA Admin and that the amount could not possibly be viewed as stockpiling. You may use your FSA for a variety of eligible items to spend down your remaining balance, which shouldn’t be a problem here at FSA Store, as we have over 4,000 eligible products to choose from!
Articles in this section
- Can I submit a claim for a service that was performed in 2016 but I paid for in 2017?
- 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?