What is a Medical Flexible Spending Account?
A Medical Flexible Spending Account (FSA), also known as “Flex Plan”, are accounts used as an insurance benefit to hold money from your wages for health expenses before taxes are deducted (Tax Free). Its purpose is to help you pay for health expenses not covered by insurance. The most common uses are: copayments, deductibles, and coinsurance. While these plans can save you money the major drawback to a FSA is that there is a coverage period in which you must spend the funds. If you do not they will expire.
What to Do With My Extra FSA Money
The benefit year is coming to an end, and you still have funds left, which will be lost because of the “no rollover” rule if you do not use them. So what to do with the extra money? Get rid of the hassle of glasses and invest in Lasik!
Most employers’ health care plans give little to no coverage to go to an ophthalmologist. Investing now in laser vision correction can not only help you spend your flex plan but actually save money in the future.
Why Choose Lasik?
You need to spend the remainder of your FSA but do not want to waste it, so why Lasik? After having the Lasik procedures done, 98% of Clearview patients attain 20/20 vision and 74% attain better than 20/20 vision. Patients will have little to no dependence on glasses after the procedure.
Dr. Sandy Feldman of Clearview Eye and Laser Medical Center in San Diego has preformed tens of thousands of laser eye surgeries since 1995, when the procedure was first approved by the FDA.
Dr. Feldman has developed a phenomenal reputation - hundreds of doctor’s and celebrities trust Dr. Feldman with their Lasik eye surgery needs. Break free from the burden of glasses and contact lenses, get Lasik before your flex plan expires and discover your new found vision!
We are here to answer your questions regarding using your FSA, call us at: (858) 452 3937, or email us.