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Don’t forget about your FSA dollars

Don’t let your flexible spending account (FSA) or health savings account (HSA) dollars go to waste when you can put them to good use  of prescription glasses, prescription sunglasses, contact lenses, and eye exams.

No FSA or HSA? Not to worry!

Just apply for insurance reimbursement after purchasing.

Use your FSA and HSA for...

eye exam

Comprehensive eye exam and contact lenses exam.

Prescription glasses

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Contact Lens

Shop a variety of contact lenses that correct a range of prescriptions in stores or online

Prescription sunglasses

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are flexible spending and health savings accounts?

Flexible spending accounts (FSA) and health savings accounts (HSA) are programs that allow you to set aside money (before taxes) for specific health care expenses. If you’re unsure whether or not you have an FSA or HSA, please check with your employer or insurance company.

Do my FSA dollars expire?

Yes! At the end of your benefits year, any unspent money you have put towards your FSA account will expire. Your FSA benefits do not roll over from year to year. So make sure to schedule your eye exam by end of each year!

Can I split payment between FSA card and a different card?

Absolutely! If you would like to use your FSA or HSA card to pay for portion of your purchases and apply the remaining balance to a card of your choice we can help you with that!

How do I redeem my FS dollars?

Most plans provide you with a with FSA card. This is the easiest way to redeem your FSA dollars at the doctor's office or eyewear boutique. You simply swipe your card when making vision related eligible purchase, be its prescription eyewear, contact lenses or reading glasses.

If you do not have a FSA card your can simply submit a claim online to be reimbursed for purchases and services.

What can I purchase with FSA funds?

If you have a FSA you are ready to save on glasses and much more.

1. Prescription glasses are covered as long as you have a prescription.

2. Prescription sunglasses. If you have a prescription, your FSA can cover your shades.

3.Reading glasses.

4. Your FSA can even help you to pay for contact lenses, solutions, spray and more.

5. Comprehensive annual eye exam.

Is there a difference between HSA and FSA benefits?

FSA and HSA are both great ways to save money on vision care that uses your pre-tax dollars.

The biggest difference between FHA and HSA is that an individual controls an HSA and allows contributions to roll over, while FSA's are less flexible and are owned by an employer and are not eligible for roller overs.

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