FSAs should only be used to pay for qualified medical expenses not already reimbursed under another form of coverage. If your health plan covers an expense, you cannot also use your FSA to pay for that expense. If you have expenses remaining after your health coverage has paid, and those expenses will not otherwise be reimbursed, your FSA can be used. To find out more details on exactly how to use your FSA and what it will cover, contact your FSA plan administrator.
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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?