Yes, Vision care is a Flexible Spending Account (FSA) eligible expense.
At the end of many plan years, it’s not unusual to find people with FSAs shopping for eyeglasses, contact solution, or visiting their ophthalmologists or optometrists. [More]
A daunting statistic from the Center of Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) reveals that one in nearly 33 babies are born with a birth effect. [More]
It’s mid-January. At this point you’re either well on your way to sticking to your New Year’s Resolutions – eating healthy, exercising more, quitting smoking, and saving money…and the list goes on – or maybe your regular routine is already in good shape. [More]
We all know the dreadful feeling of waking up, being exhausted with a fever or a runny nose, and experiencing aches all over. [More]
You’ve made it through the hustle and bustle of the holidays, and finally have some time to relax. The New Year brings a fresh start – and that also applies to your FSA. [More]