A health care FSA can reimburse you for qualified health care expenses that are not covered by your health plan. This includes health plan deductibles, copays and many out-of-pocket medical expenses. > more
A limited health care FSA is designed to work with a high-deductible health savings account (HSA) health insurance or benefits plan. It reimburses only certain types of expenses. > more
Many medical expenses are reimbursable by your FSA. This list of eligible items may surprise you. > more
You can use a dependent care FSA to reimburse yourself for eligible dependent care expenses. Typically, these are expenses for the care of one or more of your dependents to allow you and your spouse to be gainfully employed. > more
Effective January 1, 2011 over-the-counter medicines will not be FSA-eligible without a doctor's prescription as a result of Health Care Reform.