FSA Store Supports American Cancer Society
By offering support to the American Cancer Society, you're directly helping those affected by cancer. FSA Storeis asponsor for the American Cancer Society Relay for Life. Last year, our FSA Store team joinedthe Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk in Central Park.
Where Donations Go
Donations to the American Cancer Society go directly to those who need it most, whether that's by contributing moneyto cancer research, providing support to cancer patients and caregivers through Hope Lodge (where patients can rest while getting treatment when away from home), offering transportation through the Road to Recovery Program, connecting survivors and current patients through Reach to Recovery, and positively influencing self image through the "Look Good...Feel Better" program.
Our FSA Store team will walk the Relay for Life of Hoboken on May 16, 2015.
Want to help? Join us via FSAstore.com/donate
Learn about Covered Expenses at FSA Store:
Flexible Spending Accounts(FSAs) can help you monitor any cancer risks. You canvisit a doctor and get health screening. The American Cancer Society has great advice on how to stay healthy and possibly lower your risks. View their health guides here.
What's covered with an FSA?
- Co-pays, deductibles and co-insurance for medical services. Premiums are not covered by an FSA.
- Mammograms and other cancer screenings.
- Reconstructive surgery. Generally, according to the IRS, you cannot have an "unnecessary cosmetic surgery." That includes cosmetic surgeries including hair removal, liposuction, and face lifts. However, when it comes to reconstructive surgery - such as in the case of removing part of the breast for cancer treatment - an FSA could be used to cover the medical costs.
Want more information? Browse our FSA StoreEligibility Listto discover medical services and products!