Is smart technology to dispense your medications eligible for FSA reimbursement? Gina has some thoughts on this new medical device.
An HSA as a Retirement Vehicle (video)
While funds in Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) are used to reimburse medical expenses, the provisions of these programs make them excellent for retirement savings as well. Gina explains.
Question of the Month: Are SAD Treatments FSA/HSA eligible?
With winter approaching, one wonders, are treatments for Seasonal Affective Disorder reimbursable expenses in FSAs and HSAs?
Question of the month: Are OTC hearing aids an eligible expense?
In fall 2022 many hearing aids will be available without a prescription, but will they be FSA/HSA eligible? Gina explains.
Dependent dependencies – when must a child fly the coop from their parents’ benefit plans?
When is your child no longer a dependent when it comes to your medical plan, FSA or HSA? We spell it out.
Question of the Month: What allergy products are FSA/HSA eligible?
It’s allergy season. Can you purchase products with FSA/HSA funds? Our expert has the answer.
What items are HSA/FSA-eligible for a joint replacement?
It seems like more and more people are having joints replaced these days. The good news is, many recovery items are FSA/HSA eligible.
Urban Myth STILL Debunked: FSA Debit Cards 2022 Update
FSA/HSA Debit cards are a convenient was to purchase eligible expenses, but convenience doesn’t always mean the claim doesn’t have to be substantiated.
Question of Month: Curious things that make us go “hmmm”- eligible expenses edition
We love to answer questions and do our research. Here are some most recent head scratchers for eligible expenses.
It’s not just a sales pitch: a single TPA for all alphabet soup programs makes good sense
While yes, we’d love to have you as a client for all your alphabet soup business, the reality is you are doing yourself a favor if you use one TPA.