Did you know today is Earth Day? It's an important day to highlight our environment and efforts at preservation.
Now, you may be wondering what that has to do with your Healthcare Flexible Spending Account (FSA)? [More]
Supporting The American Cancer Society
Cancer can touch our lives at any given point - we'll hear about a friend's family member, our own family members or friends, a coworker, or someone in our community. [More]
Ahead of Tax Day tomorrow, Bloomberg released a tax-related article discussing a few ways in which you can maximize your savings. [More]
While it's almost April 15, and you may still need to get your taxes done...one item you won't need to worry about is your Flexible Spending Account (FSA). You don't have to do anything extra when it comes to taxes and your FSA. [More]
Wondering which products are covered by your healthcare Flexible Spending Account?
You might be surprised to discover which items are covered by your Flexible Spending Account (FSA). FSAstore.com carries thousands of products across many different categories. [More]
Getting a new job? It's not uncommon to wonder what will happen to the Flexible Spending Account money that you contributed in your current job. Will it all disappear? Do you still have time to submit claims? How does the process work and how do you make sure you don't lose your FSA money? [More]
Our FSA Store team is headed to Scottsdale, Arizona this week for the Evolution1 Partner conference. [More]
While spring is an exciting time of year for many, it also brings the less-than-fun allergy season! If you're coughing, sneezing, sniffling, and have watery, itchy eyes, these could be byproducts of allergies. [More]
Did you know you can use your Flexible Spending Account for baby care items? Yes, you can! And, you can save up to 40% by using your FSA, as opposed to buying these items on an out-of-pocket basis. [More]
While you're thinking about your general health, eye care is something that you should monitor closely. Whether you wear prescription eyeglasses or contact lenses, or have good eyesight, getting an eye exam on a yearly basis is not a bad idea. [More]