FSAs can only be used to cover exercise program expenses if the weight gain is tied to a specific medical condition or if weight loss is medically required for a specified condition. Gym memberships, exercise equipment and other products/services that aid in weight loss require a Letter of Medical Necessity (LMN) from a physician that outlines how the product/service will be used to alleviate the condition.
Articles in this section
- 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?