While your HSA-Compatible Flexible Spending Account (FSA) is designed to be simple, all HSA-Compatible FSAs are governed by pretty strict rules set by the IRS.
Here are five easy ways to comply with the rules and get the most out of your HSA-Compatible FSA.
Your HSA-Compatible FSA covers qualified healthcare expenses for you and your eligible dependents. Eligible dependents include a spouse, children under the age of 26, and children over age 26 who are tax dependents. Domestic partners are eligible if they qualify as tax dependents.
Your HSA-Compatible FSA can be used to pay for dental and vision care products and services only. Look up a specific eligible expense, or log into your WageWorks account for a complete list.
The IRS has specific rules for HSA-Compatible FSAs and you always have to verify expenses with receipts. Save receipts for each eligible expense you submit for reimbursement under your HSA-Compatible FSA. Make sure receipts include the following five pieces of information:
WageWorks is required to verify that all purchases made with your WageWorks Healthcare Card are for eligible expenses, so we may ask you to send copies of your receipts to verify card transactions.
WageWorks makes it easy to manage your receipts. Take a photo of each receipt and store them in the WageWorks® EZ Receipts® mobile app.
Get reimbursed for your eligible expenses quickly. Use the WageWorks Healthcare Card associated with your HSA-Compatible FSA at pharmacies, healthcare providers, and general merchandise stores that have an IRS-approved Inventory Information Approval System in place when you check out. (Check out this list of approved merchants).
WageWorks makes it easy to manage your HSA-Compatible FSA. Log into your WageWorks account via a secure web portal or the WageWorks mobile app to regularly check balances, view claims, verify expenses, upload copies of receipts, and more! Sign up to receive text and email alerts so you won’t miss important notices and always know what’s going on with your account.