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What is a Flexible Spending Account (FSA)?

A Flexible Spending Account (FSA) is similar to that of a savings account. It allows you to put money aside each year, to pay for specific out-of-pocket healthcare expenses. FSA’s can be used to pay for medical co-pays, deductibles, filling prescriptions and additional healthcare costs. FSA’s are only limited to $2500 savings each year. Be sure that you do not save more than you will spend because if there are any funds remaining at the end of the calendar year that money will be lost. It does not roll-over.  Please note FSA accounts are non-taxed, therefore you will save the same amount of money as if you put it aside yourself.  FSA’s cannot be used toward insurance expenses or non-healthcare expenditures.

What is a Health Saving’s Account (HSA)

A Health Savings account (HSA) is a savings account that allows you to pay for medical expenses tax-free in conjunction with your health plan. The difference between an HSA and an FSA account is that FSA is company-owned and has stipulated price points for savings. Whereas with a HSA funds that are not used will roll over and accumulate year to year if not spent. There is no penalty for not spending the money you have accumulated. HSA funds are to be used to pay for medical expenses like that of an FSA account. As of 2011, over the counter medication (OTC) cannot be purchased using your HSA account unless prescribed by your physician.

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