Articles Under the Tag: FSA
Here’s a list of some of the most common insurance terms used and what they mean to help you make your decisions.
You’ve likely heard that reimbursement accounts can help you save on tax, but it may not be clear how that impacts your finances.
If you’ve experienced a decrease in FSA expenses as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be wondering what will happen to your funds.
The Internal Revenue Code (IRC) allows participants to reduce their taxable income by participating in a Healthcare Flexible Spending Account (HCFSA).
The CARES Act allows over-the-counter drugs and medicines to be reimbursed by FSAs, HRAs, and HSAs without a prescription, as well menstrual products.
When your employment ends, whether it was voluntary or not, access to your HCFSA also ends unless you’re eligible to continue coverage through COBRA.
Often, simple oversights or misunderstandings can result in claim denials for your Flexible Spending Account.
HCFSAs can be a great way to help employees pay for covered medical expenses. But what happens if they don’t use all their funds by the plan year end?
There are specific rules for annual contribution limits and the use of Healthcare FSAs or Dependent Care Accounts funds (DCAs).
The end of a calendar year can be a busy season. As you prepare for the new year, check out these tips for managing your reimbursement account.
The rules surrounding Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) can be complex. Here are some of the most common rules to know.
Learn how offering an HCFSA or an HSA can help employees navigate qualified medical out-of-pocket expenses.