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If you are enrolled in the Consumer Choice PPO Plan with Health Savings Account, you can participate in the Limited Purpose Health Flexible Spending Account.
Do you expect any dental or vision expenses during the plan year? If so, then you might want to open a Limited Purpose Health Flexible Spending Account (FSA) to save money.
This pre-tax feature allows you to save up to the IRS limit in your Health Savings Account while contributing up to $2,600 (pre-tax) per calendar year for non-medical reimbursable expenses such as dental or vision charges not covered under a group plan.
Qualified expenses eligible for reimbursement with a Limited Purpose Health FSA include:
Tax advantage accounts have certain tax advantages. Therefore, the IRS regulates all tax advantage accounts. By law, any funds not used for services during the year will be lost. In other words, you need to use the money in your account or you'll lose it. See the
www.irs.gov website for the complete list of qualified expenses, Publication 502.
Changing your Limited Purpose Health FSA contribution amount mid-year can only occur if you experience a qualifying status change. Contact
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You can elect to contribute up to $2,600 into a Limited Purpose Health FSA. When deciding the amount you wish to contribute to this account, take into consideration:
Your total annual Limited Purpose Healt FSA contributions are available to be reimbursed at any time during the year. For example, if your claims exceed the balance in yourLimited Purpose Health FSA, you will be reimbursed up to the total amount you have elected to deposit for the year, regardless of the amount you have contributed at the time you submit your claim. Save your receipts. You may have to show the IRS the expense was qualified.