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MEDICAL SPENDING ACCOUNTS ARE ONE WAY TO PAY FOR YOUR LASIK SURGERY

USE YOUR FSA OR HSA TO PAY FOR LASIK

Using the money in your Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Saving Account (HSA) is a great way to pay for LASIK eye surgery and save money through pre-tax dollars. Many patients have used money in their FSA and HSA accounts to pay for a majority or even the full amount of their procedure. Our financial specialists at the center are happy to answer any questions you may have and make applying these benefits easy. Below are the most frequently asked questions about using an FSA or HSA to pay for LASIK. To read more about the comparison between HSAs and FSAs for LASIK eye surgery, visit our LASIK Payment Options article.

  • Can I carry-over FSA or HSA balances or use future savings to pay off a balance?

    FSA balances are generally “use-it-or-lose-it” although some companies allow a grace period for filing claims.  Because of the “use-it-or-lose-it” nature of the account,… Read More

  • How does an FSA (Flexible Spending Account) differ from an HSA (Health Savings Account)?

    FSA and HSA accounts are both pre-tax accounts that can be used for LASIK.  FSA accounts are generally linked to traditional health… Read More

  • What are contribution limits to FSA or HSA and will it cover the cost of LASIK?

    For Flexible Spending Accounts, the federal limits are currently set at $2,550 a year for an individual. LASIK costs vary depending upon your prescription,… Read More

  • What are the benefits of using my FSA or HSA for LASIK and how do I save money?

    FSA and HSA contributions are typically taken out of payroll on a pre-tax basis and can be used for qualified medical procedures,… Read More

  • Where can I get advice on using my FSA or HSA for LASIK?

    The professionals at LasikPlus can advise you about FSA and HSA utilization for LASIK, as well as determine your candidacy for the procedure… Read More