Creative Ways You Can Spend Your Remaining FSA Dollars
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You've seen this movie a thousand times. There’s only a handful of weeks left in the plan year, and unless your employer offers FSA rollover, you're rushing to use any money you still have in your Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or it will be forfeited. If you're like the 44% of people surveyed who said they rushed to spend the rest of their FSA funds at the end of the plan year, this can make your movie quickly shift from comedy to tragedy.

But don’t worry, there are plenty of creative ways to use the rest of your FSA

You can also start stocking up on any of these items:

Click here for a full list of FSA eligible expenses.

For more information about how FSA rollover can help you avoid this problem next year click here.


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