FSA Calculator

To start, please enter the following information about yourself.

Enter your annual income. If you are married and filing your taxes jointly, enter your combined annual household income. This will be used to determine your federal income tax bracket, and calculate your annual savings.


Annual Income

State/Province

Marital Status


Enter the amount of money you expect to pay out-of-pocket (including copayments, coinsurance and deductibles) for the following services over the next year.


Routine Office Visits

Specialist Office Visits

Hospitalization / Surgery

Counseling / Therapy

Maternity / Infertility Treatments

Chiropractor / Acupuncture


Many Over-the-Counter (OTC) items are FSA eligible. Our site, FSAstore.com, makes it easy to figure out exactly which are covered, and easily buy them with your FSA Debit Card - no paperwork required! Browse through our site, or check our handy dynamic products list to see what types of items are covered.


Prescription Medications

OTC Medications

OTC Medical Supplies


Enter the amount of money you expect to pay out-of-pocket (including copayments, coinsurance and deductibles) for the following services.


Routine Dental Care

Specialty Dental Care

Orthodontia


Enter the amount of money you expect to pay out-of-pocket (including copayments, coinsurance and deductibles) for the following services.


Routine Eye-care

Glasses / Contact Lenses

Corrective Eye Surgery


Your Results

If you choose to contribute your total anticipated health expenses to an FSA*

  • Your annual FSA contribution will be:
  • Your estimated annual tax savings will be:
  • Your monthly withholding will be:
  • The difference in your after-tax monthly pay will be:
  • You will break even if you spend at least this much out of your account:

  Without FSA With FSA
Annual Income
FSA Contribution
Taxable Income
Estimated Tax Withholding
Estimated Health Expenses
Net Pay
Estimated Tax Savings
*The I.R.S. limits your maximum annual contribution to $2,600 in 2017. Be mindful that your employer may also set limits on your maximum annual contribution, as well as which products and services are FSA eligible, so please check with your employer’s benefit representative before making a final decision. The estimated tax savings provided are for illustrative purposes only, and should not be construed as tax advice. Consult a licensed tax professional for appropriate advice given your individual situation. Plan your FSA contribution carefully, since any unused funds will be forfeited following the end of your plan year or any grace period thereafter.
*The I.R.S. limits your maximum annual contribution to $2,600 in 2017. Be mindful that your employer may also set limits on your maximum annual contribution, as well as which products and services are FSA eligible, so please check with your employer’s benefit representative before making a final decision.

Health Care Expenses

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Estimated Tax Savings

$ 0

Flexible Spending Accounts are a great way to save money on out-of-pocket medical expenses.

By using pre-tax dollars, you are essentially saving 30% on your eligible medical, pharmaceutical, dental and eye care costs! The only challenge is figuring out how much money to set aside. We're here to help!

If you're wondering what kinds of products and services are FSA eligible, browse the thousands of items on our site, or check our services section.*

 


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