Tolls for Medical Care or Treatment: FSA Eligibility

Tolls for Medical Care or Treatment: eligible with a Flexible Savings Account (FSA)
Tolls for medical care or treatment are eligible for reimbursement with a flexible spending account (FSA), health savings account (HSA), or a health reimbursement arrangement (HRA). Tolls for medical care or treatment are not eligible with a dependent care flexible spending account (DCFSA), or a limited-purpose flexible spending account (LPFSA).

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What are tolls for medical care or treatment?

Tolls for medical care or treatment are part of the comprehensive travel reimbursement options available for individuals who travel to receive their medical care and treatments at hospitals, doctor's offices, and similar facilities. Tolls for medical care or treatment are eligible for reimbursement with consumer-directed healthcare accounts. Read on for more information about reimbursement-eligible expenses related to travel for receiving medical care or treatment.

When traveling for medical care to a hospital or doctor's office, costs of traveling such as parking fees, tolls, gas and oil may be considered eligible for reimbursement with a consumer-directed healthcare account. These costs are associated with using an automobile for obtaining medical care.

Other eligible mileage expenses include a parent's transportation expenses if they are accompanying a child who needs medical care. If a nurse must travel with a patient in order to provide injections, medications, or other treatment as required by the individual's medical condition or disease, then the nurse's travel expenses are also eligible for reimbursement.

Regular visits to see a mentally ill or developmentally disabled dependent are also eligible for reimbursement so long as these visits have been recommended by a medical professional as part of that individual's mental health treatment.

Parking violation and traffic violation ticket expenses are also not eligible for reimbursement. Other expenses that aren't eligible include travel to or from work, regardless of whether a medical condition or disease requires an unusual or inconvenient travel path to work. Also, travel for purely personal reasons that happens to include a medical visit to another city's hospital or doctor's office is not eligible.