Flexible Spending Accounts and Eligible Products
FSAs, also called flexible spending arrangements, Section 125 plans, or Cafeteria plans, allow employers and employees to use pretax dollars to pay for certain personal healthcare expenses that would not otherwise be covered by insurance.
The two types of FSAs are: health care FSAs and dependent care FSAs. The health care FSA is for reimbursing health care expenses, including any insurance deductibles and copayments. The dependent care FSA is for reimbursing dependent care expenses, such as daycare or sitter fees.
The flexible spending arrangement is that: employees agree to payroll deductions to put pre-tax dollars into an account. The employees then use the funds during the year for reimbursement of certain types of expenses. Many products which you already buy are eligible with these plans! Now you can purchase these products from home through our affiliate program.
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Sudafed Multi-Symptom Cold & Cough, Liquid Caps
Advil Advanced Medicine for Pain, 200mg, Caplets
Band-Aid Sheer Adhesive Bandages, 3/4 inch wide
Opti-One No Rub Multi-Purpose Solution for Soft Contact Lenses
Trojan-Enz Spermicidal Lubricated Latex Condoms
Tylenol Allergy Complete Gelcaps, Multi-Symptom Pain Reliever
Monistat 1 1-Day Treatment Combination Pack
Lactaid Original Strength Lactase Enzyme Supplement, Caplets
See a list of eligible product categories
More tax information can be found in
- J.K. Lasser's Your Income Tax 2007: For Preparing Your 2006 Tax Return (J.K. Lasser)
- Lower Your Taxes - Big Time! 2007-2008 Edition (Lower Your Taxes Big Time)
- J.K. Lasser's 1001 Deductions and Tax Breaks 2007: Your Complete Guide to Everything Deductible (J.K. Lasser)
- Taxes 2007 For Dummies (Taxes for Dummies)
File Your Taxes with:
- TurboTax Federal + State Deluxe Deduction Maximizer 2006 Win/Mac
- H&R Block Taxcut 2006 Home & Business + State