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Posted on 01-04-2017
Flex Spending Accounts (FSA) are special savings accounts that allow employees to set aside funds to pay for medical expenses. Administrated by your employer, pre-tax funds are withdrawn from your paycheck and deposited into the savings account. Reimbursement is obtained upon presenting receipts for qualifying expenses. Funds that remain in your FSA account at the end of the year are lost, so be sure you use these funds before New Year's Day arrives.
A wide range of medical and eye care expenses are allowable for reimbursement with flex spending accounts. If you have funds remaining for 2016, consider the following possibilities to put your funds to excellent use:
Eye 1st Vision Center is your Sandy Springs optometry office. We offer a full range of vision services including a wide selection of frames and hard to fit contact lenses. If you want to be sure you put your 2016, or even 2017, FSA funds to good use, contact our office for assistance.
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