Blood pressure monitors, pain relief products and first-aid products are FSA eligible expenses

Published on December 28, 2013 at 5:36 AM · No Comments

Each year, more than $400 million in tax-free income is wasted when flexible spending account (FSA) holders don't spend FSA funds, or fail to submit expenses to be reimbursed by an FSA. While recent U.S. Treasury Department changes give employers the option to offer a rollover of up to $500 each year in unused FSA funds, a recent survey of its benefit administrator partners found that 66 percent of employers are expected to wait until next year to amend their FSA plans.

Many people have a deadline of Dec. 31 to use remaining FSA funds, but with the recent changes, some could now rollover up to $500, while others may have a 2 ½ month grace period (until March 15) to use remaining FSA funds., which was founded on the idea that it should be convenient to spend and manage an FSA, has become the only one-stop FSA destination solely catering to FSA holders. makes it easy for people to spend down their FSA balance on meaningful expenses by eliminating the guesswork and guaranteeing the eligibility of products. The fact that the accepts all FSA and HSA debit cards and provides timely information about FSA account changes, makes it an even more convenient and reliable resource.

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