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An FSA empowers you to keep more of your hard-earned money. Plan your spending, know the rules and unlock amazing tax savings.
FSAs are tax-advantaged accounts that let you use pre-tax dollars to pay for eligible medical expenses. You can use an FSA to save on average 30 percent1 on healthcare costs. Don’t think of it as money deducted from your paycheck—think of it as money added to your wallet.
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You can enroll in a health plan and sign up for an FSA as a new employee and during your organization's annual enrollment period.
It pays to be strategic.
Because of the tax savings on contributions, you can save an average of 30 percent1 on qualified medical expenses, including but not limited to:
Here’s an example based on $2,500 annual spending and a 30 percent effective tax rate.
Annual tax savings1
Once you choose an annual contribution, your employer will deduct that amount pre-tax in equal parts from each paycheck.
Individual and family limit
Let’s say you plan to contribute the IRS maximum to your FSA. You’ll have access to the entire amount on the first day of the plan year. Take advantage. Spend now, contribute later.
Don’t get caught by surprise. Carefully review your open enrollment materials.
Unused FSA funds are eventually forfeited back to your employer, so it’s important to be aware of spend-down deadlines. Consult your plan documents for complete details.3
Elections can only be made during open enrollment unless you have a qualifying life event,4 which may include changes to:
You can’t get reimbursed twice for the same expense (example: reimbursement + deduction from tax returns).
Check out these additional resources.
Find out everything you need to know about FSAs, like seeing if you are FSA eligible. Take a deep dive and get tips and tricks to make the most of your account.
1The example used is for illustrative purposes only; actual savings may vary. The figure is based on average tax rates, including state, federal and FICA taxes.Return to content
2Accounts must be activated via the HealthEquity website in order to use the mobile app.Return to content
3Plans vary by employer. Please review your plan documents carefully or consult your employer for information about your company's benefits.Return to content
4Please refer to your plan documents for more information.Return to content
HealthEquity does not provide legal, tax or financial advice. Always consult a professional when making life-changing decisions.