Save Big with a WageWorks HSA-Compatible FSA

If you make $60,000 a year and make the maximum contribution to your WageWorks® HSA-Compatible FSA, you could take home $780 more in one year. That’s real savings!

 

Your Estimated Tax Savings
Without HSA-Compatible FSA With HSA-Compatible FSA
Gross annual pay $60,000 Gross annual pay $60,000
Annual family coverage HSA contribution -$6,650 Maximum annual HSA-compatible FSA contribution -$2,600
Adjusted gross pay =$53,350 Maximum annual family coverage HSA contribution -$6,650
Tax rate (30%) -$16,005 Adjusted gross pay =50,750
Annual dental/vision care expenses -$2,600 Tax rate (30%) -$15,225
Final take-home pay =$34,745 Final take-home pay =$35,525
Take home this much more with a Healthcare Account $780

 

How Much Can You Save?

Calculate your potential savings based on your annual pay, contributions, budget, and spending patterns.

Choose Your Profile

  • Single
  • Couple
  • Age 18-28
  • Age 29-39
  • Age 40-64
  • Age 65+
  • With Young Children
  • With Teenagers
  • With Elder Dependents

General Healthcare

These are Average General Health Care Expenses for your Profile.

Drag the slider to fit your needs, or keep it on "average." When you finish, go to Dental / Vision.

Dental / Vision

These are Average Dental / Vision Expenses for your Profile.

Drag the slider to fit your needs, or keep it on "average." When you finish, go to Over-The-Counter.

Over-The-Counter

These are Over-The-Counter Expenses for your Profile.

Drag the slider to fit your needs, or keep it on "average." When you finish, go to Dependent Care.

Dependent Care

You can choose a WageWorks Dependent Care FSA.

Doctor visits and other medical expenses
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$0
 
$0
Prescriptions filled
$0
$0
 
$0
Employee contributions cannot exceed $2,500 or the employer's plan maximum; whichever is less. Review your employer's plan documentation for details.
 
Estimated Health Care FSA Contributions = $
Contributions are subject to limits of your plan.