Posted on December 3rd, 2019 in Blog, Eye Health | No Comments »

Did you know you can use your Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Savings Account (HSA) to cover extra eye care expenses? This includes copays, eye exams, prescription glasses, contact lenses and more. Costs can add up quickly but luckily these plans can be a great supplement to your health insurance. Here’s how to head into 2020 with better vision while saving money

Coverage may differ by FSA/HSA plan, so check with your employer for a complete list of approved services and items.

Prescription Glasses

If you have a valid prescription, your FSA can cover your glasses! Save money without sacrificing style.

Prescription Sunglasses

Keep your eyes protected outside without sacrificing your vision with prescription sunglasses. With a prescription, your FSA can cover your shades so you can join in on the fun in the sun.

Contact Lenses

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Contacts and all the necessary supplies that go with them can add up. Good news, your FSA can cover your lenses, cases, contact solution and more.

Reading Glasses

Make reading easy on your eyes and your wallet. You can save on reading glasses even without a prescription with your FSA plan.

Annual Eye Exams

 

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The best way to stay on top of your vision health is by getting an annual eye exam. Comprehensive eye exams can catch and diagnose eye issues early and maintain your visual acuity. Eye exams are also important tools that can help catch other health issues like diabetes and hypertension. Your FSA can help cover exam costs. Most plans expire at the end of the year, so don’t wait. Appointments fill up quickly, schedule your exam today.

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