Expenses reimbursed by a limited health care FSA are limited before you reach your plan's deductible. After you reach your deductible, the limited FSA may work like a traditional health care FSA, depending on your employer's plan. Here's how it works:
Before you meet your health plan's deductible:
After you meet your health plan's deductible:
All expenses must be qualified medical, vision, pharmacy or dental benefit expenses as defined in Section 213(d) of the Internal Revenue Code.
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.
Though the information on this page is general, it may be updated without notice. If any information conflicts with your employer's plan documents, your employer's plan documents will govern. Please see your employer's Summary Plan Description for more information about which health care expenses may be reimbursed by your limited health care FSA.
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