Flexible Spending Accounts can save your family 40%


Health care “shopping” can be great if you know your way around. It can also get overwhelming because there are often many options available to you. You can search all day and get completely overwhelmed.  Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) can offer relief from increasing health care costs, because these benefit plans rely on pre-tax money for qualified health expenses.  You don’t have to worry about the money being taxed for your expenses.FSAstore-Logo-500x111 

Not only can you save on FSA eligible products, but an FSA also gives you access to health care services and thousands of everyday products such as sunscreen, contact lens solution, band-aids, heat wraps and baby care. Many basic needs can be classified under the FSA product list.


Each FSA plan year, employers take money out of your paychecks based on how much you choose to set aside. Beginning in 2013, FSA plan contributions are limited to $2,500 per person. Before you get an FSA, it is vital to calculate how much you want to spend using your FSA.

Because FSAs are “use it or lose it” any money unspent is forfeited when your plan year ends. Some employers provide a grace period – or an extension of coverage – up to two and a half months. One big deadline coming up is March 15.

FSAstore.com is a one-stop-shop stocked exclusively with thousands of FSA-eligible products, a national provider database and a Learning Center that answers FSA-related questions. You can save on FSA-eligible products throughout the year with FSA Store’s special offers. Check these out before your grace period ends on March 15.  Be sure to check them out today to be eligible for their special offers!



*This is a sponsored post. All my opinions are my own and not swayed by outside sources.


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