It’s almost time for the dreaded December 31st Flexible Spending Account (FSA) deadline. This time of the year is hectic enough as it is, so we’re giving you five suggestions to make spending down your FSA easy. [More]
More than 14 million American families rely on Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) for out-of-pocket healthcare expenses. You can typically save up to 40% on the money you contribute to your FSA, but it depends on how much you set aside and on your tax bracket. [More]
Health care should not be the federal government’s responsibility. That’s at least according to a recent Gallup annual Health and Healthcare poll, which found 56% of Americans believe ensuring that all Americans have health coverage is not a “government responsibility.” In 2006, the majority of Americans were still convinced the government should play a bigger role in creating access to health care. [More]
As you’re busy preparing for the upcoming Thanksgiving holidays, filing claims for reimbursement for your Flexible Spending Account (FSA) is the last priority on your mind. [More]
A Flexible Spending Account pays for many types of out-of-pocket health care costs, including Lasik. Also, an FSA can be applied to co-pays at the doctor’s office, specialty medical services such as acupuncture, and thousands of medical products and supplies found at FSAstore.com. [More]
How do I get reimbursement with my Flexible Spending Account (FSA) once I start using the account for different healthcare expenses? [More]
You’ll need a prescription for Tylenol even though it’s an over-the-counter product if you’re looking to get reimbursed by your Flexible Spending Account[More].