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Eligible Expense List

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Eligible Expenses

Type of Expense Eligible? Plan Type Details
Type of Expense Eligible? Plan Type Details
AA meetings, transportation to Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Will qualify with a letter of medical necessity from a medical practitioner that AA membership is necessary to treat alcoholism.

Abortion Yes Medical FSA, HSA

If legal

Acne treatment Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Products for the treatment of acne only, regular skin care products do not qualify. Examples: Skin ID, Proactiv and anything that primarily treats acne. When an expense has both medical and cosmetic purposes, a note from a physician recommending the item to treat a specific medical condition is required.

Acupressure Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Acupuncture Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Adaptive equipment Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

To qualify, the item must be used to relieve or alleviate sickness or disability. Depending on the nature of the item, only amounts above the cost of the regular version of the item will qualify. Includes various items that assist individuals in performing activities of daily living (e.g., feeding, bathing). See also Capital expenses; Home improvements.

Adult daycare Potentially Dependent Care FSA

Will qualify only if (1) such expenses are not for medical services; (2) the elderly person is a qualifying individual; and (3) in the case of services provided outside the employee?s household, the person still regularly spends at least eight hours each day in the employee?s household. Elder daycare will often qualify, but around-the-clock care in a nursing home will not. Note that long-term care insurance will not qualify.

After-school care or extended day programs (supervised activities after school) Potentially Dependent Care FSA

Will qualify if used to enable the employee and spouse to be gainfully employed. Programs that are generally educational in nature (e.g., tuition) will not qualify.

Agency fee Potentially Dependent Care FSA

Will qualify if it is an expense that must be paid in order to obtain the related care. However, the fee cannot be reimbursed until care is provided. Fees that are forfeited (e.g., because the employee selects a different provider) will not qualify.

Air conditioners No Medical FSA, HSA

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Air purifier Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

A note from a medical practioner is needed to confirm that the expense is primarily for medical care.

Airborne Rx Medical FSA, HSA

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Alcoholism treatment Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Amounts paid for in-patient treatment (including meals and lodging) at a therapeutic center for alcohol addiction will qualify.

Allergy medicines Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Examples: Alavert, Claritin, Zyrtec

Allergy treatments Potentially Medical FSA

Expenses generally won't qualify if the product would be purchased or owned without allergies(i.e. pillows and vacuum cleaners). However, items such as air purifiers or water filters necessary to treat a specific medical condition might qualify

Alternative healers, dietary substitutes, and drugs and medicines Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Non-traditional healing products may qualify if provided to treat a specific medical condition. The treatments must be legal and the expenses will not qualify if the remedy is a food or substitute for food that the person would normally consume in order to meet nutritional requirements.

Ambulance Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Antacids Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Examples: Maalox, Prilosec OTC, Zantac

Anti-itch creams Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Examples: Benadryl, Cortaid, Ivarest

Anti-snore guards Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

The expense must be recommended to treat a diagnosed medical condition (e.g., sleep apnea).

Antibiotic ointments Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Examples: Bacitracin, Neosporin

Antifungal products Rx Medical FSA, HSA

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Appearance improvements No Medical FSA, HSA

See also Cosmetic procedures; Cosmetics; Toiletries.

Antiseptics Rx Medical FSA

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Arch supports Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Arm sling Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Aromatherapy No Medical FSA, HSA

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Arthritis gloves Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Artificial limbs Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Artificial teeth Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Arts and crafts fee No Dependent Care FSA

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Aspirin Rx Medical FSA, HSA

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Assisted living No Dependent Care FSA

See Custodial care and Elder care.

Asthma treatments Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Delivery devices (e.g., inhalers and nebulizers) will qualify. Medication must be prescribed.

Athletic mouth guards No Medical FSA, HSA

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Au pair Yes Dependent Care FSA

Will qualify to the extent that the amounts paid are for the care of a qualifying individual. Household services not directly related to the care of the qualifying individual will not qualify. In addition, an up-front fee paid to employ the au pair may qualify if it must be paid in order to obtain the related care, but it cannot be reimbursed until care is provided. See Nanny.

Automobile Modifications Potentially Medical FSA

If modifications are made for physically handicapped person. To show that the expense is primarily for medical care, a note from a medical practioner is required.

Baby Bottles or Cups No Medical FSA

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Baby Electrolytes Yes Medical FSA

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Baby formula Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

If your baby requires a special formula to treat an illness or disorder, the difference in cost between the special formula and routine baby formula can qualify. A letter of medical necessity from a medical pracititioner is required.

Baby oil No Medical FSA, HSA

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Baby powder No Medical FSA, HSA

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Baby Wipes No Medical FSA

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Babysitter (inside or outside employee's household) Potentially Dependent Care FSA

Will qualify if used to enable the employee and spouse to be gainfully employed. Will not qualify if the babysitter is (1) under age 19 and is the employee's child, step-child, or eligible foster child; (2) an individual for whom the employee or spouse can claim a deduction on IRS Form 1040; (3) the employee's spouse; or (4) a parent of the employee's under age13 qualifying child.

Back-up or emergency care Potentially Dependent Care FSA

Will qualify if used to enable the employee and spouse to be gainfully employed and other applicable conditions are met. See Babysitter.

Bactine Rx Medical FSA, HSA

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Bandages, elastic wrap Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Example: Ace bandages

Bandages, for torn or injured skin Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Examples: Band-Aid, Curad

Before-school care or extended day programs (supervised activities before school) Yes Dependent Care FSA

Will qualify if used to enable the employee and spouse to be gainfully employed. Programs that are generally educational in nature (e.g., tuition) will not qualify.

Biofreeze Rx Medical FSA, HSA

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Birth control pills Rx Medical FSA, HSA

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Birthing classes Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Expenses may qualify to the extent that instruction relates to birth and not childrearing. The fee should be adjusted to exclude instruction in topics such as newborn care. Expenses for the coach or significant other do not qualify.

Blood storage Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Fees for temporary storage (i.e. up to one year) may qualify under some circumstances such as where the blood is collected as part of the diagnosis, treatment, or prevention of an existing or imminent medical condition (e.g., in advance of a scheduled surgery for use in a possible transfusion). Fees for indefinite storage just in case the blood might be needed would not be considered medical care and do not qualify.

Blood-pressure monitoring devices Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Blood-sugar test kits and test strips Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Boarding school No Dependent Care FSA

Will not qualify as it is educational in nature and generally includes hours when the employee and spouse are not gainfully employed.

Body scans Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Body scans employing MRIs and similar technologies are diagnostic services. See also Diagnostic items/services; Screening tests.

Braille Books or Magazines Yes Medical FSA

Only the amount paid above the cost of regular printed materials will be reimbursed.

Breast pumps and supplies Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Breast pumps and other supplies that assist lactation will qualify. Examples: Bottles, storage bags, cleaning wipes, car adapter

Breast reconstruction surgery following mastectomy Dual-Purpose Medical FSA, HSA

Will qualify to the extent that surgery was done following a mastectomy due to cancer. This is an exception to the general rules regarding cosmetic procedures. See also Cosmetic procedures.

Breathe rite strips Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Bug spray Rx Medical FSA, HSA

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Caffeine pills No Medical FSA, HSA

Example: No Doze

Calamine lotion Rx Medical FSA, HSA

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Callous removers Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Both the tool and liquid/lotion removers qualify.

Caltrate Rx Medical FSA, HSA

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Camp Potentially Dependent Care FSA

See Day camp and Overnight camp.

Cane, walking Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Capital expenses Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

May qualify if done to accommodate a disability. If the improvement is permanent and increases the value of the property, the expense will qualify only to the extent that the improvement cost exceeds the increase in property value. If the improvement does not increase the property value at all, then the entire cost may qualify. Items that usually do not increase property value include constructing entrance or exit ramps, widening or modifying doorways or hallways, installing railings or support bars to bathrooms, lowering or modifying kitchen cabinets or equipment, moving or modifying electrical outlets and fixtures, installing porch lifts, modifying fire alarms or smoke detectors, modifying other warning systems, and modifying stairways.

Cardiac therapy Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Carpal tunnel wrist supports Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Cast covers Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Chapstick No Medical FSA

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Chauffeur No Dependent Care FSA

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Childbirth classes Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Expenses may qualify to the extent that instruction relates to birth and not childrearing. The fee should be adjusted to exclude instruction in topics such as newborn care. Expenses for the coach or significant other do not qualify.

Childbirth Coach No Medical FSA

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Chinese Herbal Doctor/herbs Potentially Medical FSA

Since the IRS looks at these expenses very closely, the treatments must be legal and the expense must not be a food or a substitute for food.

Chiropractic Adjustments Yes Medical FSA, HSA
Chondroitin Rx Medical FSA, HSA

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Christian Scientific Practitioners Potentially Medical FSA

Fees paid for specific medical care only; detailed documentation is required to show the specific medical charges.

Circumcision Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Clothing No Dependent Care FSA

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Co-payments Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Cold medicine Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Examples: Comtrex, Sudafed, Nyquil, Dayquil

Cold sore medicine Rx Medical FSA, HSA

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Cold/hot packs Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Compression stockings Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Won't qualify if used for personal or preventive reasons. If used to treat or alleviate a specific medical condition, only the excess cost of the specialized hose over the cost of the regular hose will qualify.

Condoms Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Contact lenses, materials, and equipment Yes Medical FSA, Limited Purpose FSA, HSA

Contact lenses for solely cosmetic purposes (e.g., to change one's eye color) do not qualify.

Contact lens solution Yes Medical FSA, Limited Purpose FSA, HSA

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Contraceptives Potentially Medical FSA

Will need a prescription in some cases (i.e. spermicidal foam)

Controlled substances in violation of federal law No Medical FSA, HSA

If the substance violates federal law (e.g., the Controlled Substances Act), the expense would not qualify even if a state law allows its use with a physician's prescription (e.g., marijuana or laetrile prescribed to treat a specific medical condition).

Cosmetic procedures No Medical FSA, HSA

Most cosmetic procedures do not qualify. This includes cosmetic surgery or other procedures that are directed at improving the patient's appearance and do not meaningfully promote the proper function of the body or prevent or treat illness or disease. Examples include face lifts, hair transplants, hair removal (electrolysis), teeth whitening, and liposuction. However, procedures necessary to correct a deformity arising from congenital abnormality, personal injury from accident or trauma, or disfiguring disease may qualify.

Cosmetics No Medical FSA, HSA

Cosmetics are articles used primarily for personal purposes and are intended to be rubbed, poured, sprinkled, sprayed, or otherwise applied to the human body for cleansing, beautifying, promoting attractiveness, or altering the appearance. Examples include skin moisturizers, perfumes, lipsticks, fingernail polishes, eye and facial makeup, shampoos, permanent waves, hair colors, toothpastes, and deodorants.

Cotton balls No Medical FSA, HSA

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Cough, cold and flu medicines Rx Medical FSA

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Cough drops/suppressants Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Examples: Ludens, Halls, Ricola

Counseling Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Will qualify if the counseling is for a medical reason. Marriage counseling does not qualify.

CPAP machine and headgear Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Crowns, dental Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Crutches Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Custodial care Potentially Dependent Care FSA

Will qualify only if (1) such expenses are not for medical services; (2) the person in custody is a qualifying individual; and (3) the qualifying individual (other than a qualifying child under age 13) still spends at least eight hours each day in the employee's household. Note that long-term care insurance will not qualify. See Elder care.

Dancing lessons Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

In narrow cases, the expense might qualifyif recommended by a medical professional to treat a specific medical condition.

Day camp Potentially Dependent Care FSA

Camp over the summer or holidays only. The cost of a day camp or a similar program to care for a qualifying individual may qualify, even if the day camp specializes in a particular activity (e.g., soccer or computers). Additionally, will only qualify if used to enable the employee and spouse to be gainfully employed. Separate equipment or similar charges (e.g., a laptop rental fee for a computer camp) will not qualify. See Overnight camp.

Daycare for children over age 12 No Dependent Care FSA

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Decongestants Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Examples: Dimetapp, Sudafed, Mucinex

Deductible, coinsurance and co-pay amounts Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

If an underlying expense is eligible, then the deductible, coinsurance and co-pay amounts may be reimburseable.

Deformity surgery Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

If surgery is to improve deformity from congenital abnormality,
personal injury from accident or trauma, or disfiguring
disease, then it is eligible.

Dental floss No Medical FSA, HSA

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Dental implants Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Dental sealants Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Dental treatment Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Teeth whitening, veneers, and lumineers are the only exception as they are considered cosmetic in nature and do not qualify.

Dentures and denture adhesives Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Denture cleaners Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Denture repair Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Deodorant No Medical FSA, HSA

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Dependent Care Center Yes Dependent Care FSA

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Deposit Potentially Dependent Care FSA

Will qualify if it is an expense that must be paid in order to obtain the related care. However, the fee cannot be reimbursed until care is provided. A deposit that is forfeited (e.g., because the employee selects a different provider) will not qualify.

Diabetic socks Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Won't qualify if used for personal or preventive reasons. If used to treat or alleviate a specific medical condition, only the excess cost of the specialized socks over the cost of regular socks will qualify.

Diabetic supplies Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Includes items such as syringes, insulin and glucose monitoring equipment

Diagnostic items and services Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Includes a wide variety of procedures to determine the presence of a disease or dysfunction of the body, such as tests to detect heart attack, stroke, diabetes, osteoporosis, thyroid conditions, psychological conditions, and cancer. See also Body scans; Blood-pressure monitoring devices; Blood-sugar test kits and test strips.

Diaper rash ointments and creams Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Example: Desitin

Diapers or diaper service Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Regular disposable or cloth diapers or diaper services for newborns do not qualify. Diapers for incontinence due to a medical issue are eligible. Examples of items that are eligible are Wonderpants, Depends, and Goodnights. A note from a medical practioner is required for any other type of diaper or service.

Diarrhea medicine Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Examples: Imodium, Kaopectate, Pepto Bismol

Diet foods/drinks No Medical FSA, HSA

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Dietary supplements Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Must have note from doctor with medical condition; note must include specific diagnosis, exactly what is being prescribed, and for how long. The cost of dietary supplements, nutritional supplements, vitamins, herbal supplements, and natural medicines do not qualify if they are merely beneficial for general health (e.g., One-A-Day vitamins).

Disabled dependent care of children over age 13 Potentially Dependent Care FSA

Such expenses will qualify if they are not for medical care of the disabled dependent. The disabled child must live at home for at least eight hours a day. Any care provided outside the household, however, must enable the employee and spouse to be gainfully employed, and other restrictions must still be met. See Babysitter, Boarding school and Overnight camp.

Disabled qualifying child under age 13 Potentially Dependent Care FSA

Will qualify if the disabled child lives at home for at least eight hours a day. Any care provided outside the household, however, must enable the employee and spouse to be gainfully employed, and other restrictions must still be met. See Babysitter, Boarding school and Overnight camp.

Discount programs No Medical FSA, HSA

Fees paid to get access to products/services at a reduced cost will not qualify.

DNA collection and storage Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Such expenses normally wouldn't qualify. However, temporary storage (i.e. up to one year) may qualify in some circumstances, such as where the DNA is collected as part of the diagnosis, treatment, or prevention of an existing or imminent medical condition.

Doula Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

In narrow circumstances, will only qualify to the extent that the doula provides medical care for the mother or child. Services such as emotional support, parenting information, child care, and housekeeping will not qualify.

Drug addiction treatment Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Amounts paid for an inpatient's treatment at a therapeutic center for drug addiction will qualify.

Drug overdose, treatment of Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Drug screening Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

If court ordered or part of a treatment program, it will qualify.

Ear plugs Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Will qualify if recommended by a medical practitioner for a specific medical condition.

Ear wax removal products Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Examples: Debrox, Murine

Eczema lotions and creams Rx Medical FSA, HSA

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Educational expenses - Kindergarten No Dependent Care FSA

See Kindergarten.

Educational expenses - Preschool/nursery school Yes Dependent Care FSA

See Preschool/nursery school.

Egg donor fees Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Amounts paid for the egg donor fee, an agency fee, an egg donor's medical and psychological testing, and the legal fees for preparation of the egg donor contract will qualify if preparatory to a procedure performed on you, your spouse, or your dependent.

Eggs and embryos, storage fees Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Fees for temporary storage qualify (i.e. up to a year), but only to the extent necessary for immediate conception. Storage fees for undefined future conception are not considered medical care.

Elder care Potentially Dependent Care FSA

Will qualify only if (1) such expenses are not for medical services; (2) the elderly person is a qualifying individual; and (3) in the case of services provided outside the employee's household, the person still regularly spends at least eight hours each day in the employee's household. Elder daycare will often qualify, but around-the-clock care in a nursing home will not. Note that long-term care insurance will not qualify.

Electrolysis or hair removal No Medical FSA, HSA

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Employment-Related physicals No Medical FSA, HSA

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Epsom salt Rx Medical FSA, HSA

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Exercise equipment Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Only qualifies if required to treat an illness or specific medical condition diagnosed by a physician and therefore needs a letter of medical necessity with this information .

Exercise Programs No Medical FSA, HSA
Expectorants Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Examples: Comtrex, Robitussin

Extended daycare Potentially Dependent Care FSA

See After-school care or Before-school care.

Eye drops Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Medicated eye drops must be prescribed

Eye examinations, eyeglasses, equipment, materials, cleaner, and repair Yes Medical FSA, Limited Purpose FSA, HSA

If the eye exam is covered under the medical plan, then it is not eligible under the Limited Purpose

Face creams/moisturizers No Medical FSA, HSA

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Face lifts No Medical FSA, HSA

See also Cosmetic procedures.

Fees/ Dues for fitness clubs and exercise programs No Medical FSA, HSA

Fees/dues for exercise, fitness programs, athletic, or health club membership, even if prescribed by physician are ineligible.

Feminine hygiene products No Medical FSA, HSA

Examples: Tampons, maxi-pads

Fertility treatments Potentially qualifying expense Medical FSA, HSA

Will qualify to the extent that procedures are intended to overcome an inability to have children and are performed on you, your spouse, or your dependent. Includes: Shots, treatment, surgery, IVF, GIFT, ovulation monitor fees for storage of sperm or embryo (short term).

Fever-reducing medications Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Examples: Aspirin, Motrin, Tylenol

Fiber supplements Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Must have note from doctor with medical condition; note must include specific diagnosis, exactly what is being prescribed, and for how long.

FICA and FUTA taxes of day-care provider Potentially Dependent Care FSA

Will qualify if the overall expenses of the care qualify.

Field trips Potentially Dependent Care FSA

Will not qualify if charged separately from dependent care expenses. Small amounts may qualify if incidental to and an inseparable part of the dependent care.

Finance (or interest) charges No Medical FSA, HSA, Dependent Care FSA

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First aid cream/ointment Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Examples: Neosporin, Hydrocortisone

First aid kits Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Flavoring for medication Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Floss No Medical FSA, HSA

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Flouride treatements Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Note that at home flouride rinses will need a letter from the dentist showing the specific condition they are treating.

Flu shots Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Food Potentially Dependent Care FSA

Will not qualify if charged separately from dependent care expense. Small amounts may qualify if incidental to and an inseparably part of the dependent care (e.g., lunch included with preschool care).

Foreign countries, medical care received in Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

In general, expenses incurred in other countries must meet the same requirements that would apply if the expenses were incurred in the U.S. (e.g., the expenses must be primarily for medical care, may not be for a cosmetic procedure, etc.). Note that the treatments must be legal in the U.S. and the other country, and that special rules apply to medicines and drugs obtained outside the U.S.

Funeral expenses No Medical FSA, HSA

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Gauze pads Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Genetic testing Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Will qualify if the testing is done to diagnose a medical condition and requires a letter from a physician

Glasses Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Eyeglass cleaning supplies, glasses cases, and repair kits are also eligible.

Glucosamine Yes Medical FSA, HSA
Glucose-monitoring equipment Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Includes blood glucose meters and glucose test strips. See Blood-sugar test strips

Guide dog Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Expenses incurred in the purchase, training, and veterinary care of a service animal used by a disabled person would qualify; this includes the expenses of food, shots and veterinary care.

Hair removal and transplants No Medical FSA, HSA
Hand sanitizer Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Will only qualify if used to treat or alleviate a specific medical condition or where there is probable cause of contracting a specific illness from a family member. A letter from a physican with the specific diagnosis is required.

Health club fees No Medical FSA, HSA
Health screenings Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Hearing aids Yes Medical FSA, HSA

The costs of the hearing aid, batteries, and repairs will qualify.

Heating pad Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Hemorrhoid treatments Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Example: Preparation H

Herbal Medicines Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Herbal medicines may qualify if provided to treat a specific medical condition. The medicines must be legal and the expenses will not qualify if the remedy is a food or substitute for food that the person would normally consume in order to meet nutritional requirements. See also Alternative Healers

Home improvements/modifications Potenitally Medical FSA, HSA

May qualify if done to accommodate a disability. If the improvement is permanent and increases the value of the property, the expense will qualify only to the extent that the improvement cost exceeds the increase in property value. If the improvement does not increase the property value at all, then the entire cost may qualify. Items that usually don't increase property value include constructing entrance or exit ramps, widening or modifying doorways or hallways, installing railings or support bars to bathrooms, lowering or modifying kitchen cabinets or equipment, moving or modifying electrical outlets and fixtures, installing porch lifts, modifying fire alarms or smoke detectors, modifying other warning systems, and modifying stairways. A letter from a physicial or medical practitioner is required.

Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Will only qualify if the primary purpose is to treat a medical condition such as menopausal systems. A note from a medical practioner with the specific therapy and diagnosis is required.

Hospital services Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Expenses of inpatient care (plus meals and lodging) at a hospital or similar institution qualify if the principal reason for being there is to get medical care.

Household services No Dependent Care FSA

Examples include maids, housekeepers and cooks

Humidifier Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

A note from a medical practioner is needed to confirm that the expense is primarily for medical care (such as a severe allery)

Hypnosis Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

A note from a medical practioner is needed to confirm that the expense is primarily for medical care (such as a severe allery)

Hysterectomy Yes Medical FSA, HSA
Illegal operations or treatments No Medical FSA, HSA

Will not qualify even if performed by a licensed medical practitioner

Immunizations Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Incidental expenses (extra charges for special activities) Potentially Dependent Care FSA

Will not qualify if charged separately from dependent care expenses. May qualify if incidental to and an inseparable part of the dependent care.

Incontinence supplies Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Adult diapers and items such as Poise Pads will qualify

Insect-bite creams and ointments Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Examples: Benadryl, Cortaid

Insulin Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Syringes and insulin pumps also qualify

Insurance premiums Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Insurance Premiums are never eligible with a Medical FSA; only Long-Term Care insurance premiums, health continuation coverage (such as COBRA), coverage Medicare premiums, and health care premiums while receiving unemployment compensation are eligible with an HSA.

Kindergarten No Dependent Care FSA

Such expenses are primarily educational in nature, whether half or full-day, private or public and state-mandated or voluntary. See After-school care and Before-school care.

Kleenex No Medical FSA, HSA

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Laboratory Fees Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Lactation consultant Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Lamaze classes Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Will qualify to the extent that instruction relates to birth and not childrearing. The fee should be adjusted to exclude instruction in topics such as newborn care. Expenses for the coach or significant other do not qualify.

Language training Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Will qualify for a child with dyslexia or an otherwise disabled child. Regular school fees are not eligible. A note from a medical practitioner is required.

Laser eye surgery; Lasik Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Laser hair removal No Medical FSA, HSA

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Late fees No Medical FSA, HSA, Dependent Care FSA

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Late payment fees No Dependent Care FSA

Will not qualify if the parent paid the childcare bill late.

Late pickup fee Yes Dependent Care FSA

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Latex gloves Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Will qualify if used to treat a specific medical condition or if used to prevent a specific illness where a household member has a contagious disease. A letter from a physician is required including the diagnosis or imminent condition and recommendation.

Laxatives Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Example: Ex-Lax

Lead-based paint removal Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

To prevent a child who has or has had poisoning from eating the paint; excludes cost of repainting. Requires a letter of medical necessity from a physician. Note that the surfaces must be in poor repair (i.e. peeling or cracking) or be within the child's reach.

Learning disability, instructional fees Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

If the tuition fees are paid to a special school or specially trained teacher (for tutoring) for a child who is mentally or physically impaired, the expense will qualify. A letter of medical necessity from a physician is required, indicating the specific medical condition and certifying the nature of the school and specific reason for attending.

Lice treatments Rx Medical FSA, HSA

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Lifeline screenings Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Liquid adhesive for small cuts Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Lodging at a hospital or similar institution Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Will qualify if the principal reason for being there is to receive medical care.

Lodging not at a hospital or similar institution Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

If the purpose of the lodging is primarily for and essential to receiving medical care, then up to $50 per night will qualify for reimbursement. If a parent is traveling with a sick child, up to $100 may qualify ($50 per person)

Lodging while attending a medical conference No Medical FSA, HSA

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Long-term care expenses Potentially Dependent Care FSA

See Custodial care and Elder care.

Looking for work (care that enables the employee and/or spouse to look for work) Potentially Dependent Care FSA

Will qualify if the employee and spouse are actively looking for work. However, a person who does not find a job and has no earned income for the year will not be able to exclude the expenses from income.

Lotions No Medical FSA, HSA

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Lubricants Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Example: KY Jelly

Lumbar support chair cushions Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Only if used to treat a diagnosed medical condition verified by a letter of medical necessity from a physician.

Makeup No Medical FSA, HSA

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Marriage Counseling No Medical FSA

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Marijuana or other controlled substances in violation of federal law No Medical FSA, HSA

See also Controlled substances in violation of federal law.

Mastectomy-related specialty bras Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Massage therapy Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Massages to improve general well-being or for stress relief won't qualify. However, if massage is recommended by a physician or chirporactor to treat a specific injury or trauma, then it would qualify with a letter of medical necessity. The letter must include the medical condition, length of time treatment will be needed, and number of sessions during stated time

Maternity clothing No Medical FSA, HSA

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Mattresses No Medical FSA, HSA

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Meals at a hospital or similar institution Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Meals that are part of the cost of inpatient care at a hospital or similar institution will qualify if the principal reason for the recipient's being there is to receive medical care.

Meals not at a hospital or similar institution No Medical FSA, HSA

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Meals of a companion No Medical FSA, HSA

Will not qualify even if accompanying a patient for medical reasons.

Mederma Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Eligible with a prescription from a physician or medical practitioner.

Medical alert bracelet or necklace Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Will qualify if recommended by a medical practitioner in connection with treating a medical condition.

Medical batteries (for hearing aids) Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Medical Conference Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Expenses for the conference itself and transportation to the medical conference qualify as long as they relate to a chronic disease suffered by the employee or dependent, and if the purpose of the conference is primarily for and essential to the person needing medical care. Transportation expenses to the conference qualify but meals and lodging do not.

Medical information plan charges Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Expenses charged for storing and retrieving medical records from a computer data bank.

Medical monitoring and testing devices Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Examples: Blood Pressure Monitor, glucose kits

Medical records charges Yes Medical FSA, HSA

The fees associated with transferring medical records to a new medical practitioner will qualify.

Medicated shampoos and soaps No Medical FSA, HSA

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Mentally handicapped, special home for Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

If a psychiatrist recommends that a mentally handicapped person be kept in a special home (other than a relative's home) to help the person make the adjustment from life in a mental instituation to community living, the expense may qualify. See also Schools and education

Midwives Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Mileage for the parent to bring the qualifying individual to daycare No Dependent Care FSA

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Mineral supplements Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Will not qualify if used for general health purposes. However, in certain situations, they might qualify if recommended by a medical practitioner to treat a specifc medical condition (for example, iron supplements to treat iron deficiency anemia)

Missed appointment fees No Medical FSA, HSA

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Morning-after contraceptive pills Rx Medical FSA, HSA

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Motion sickness patches or wristband Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Motion sickness pills Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Examples: Bonine, Dramamine

Mouthwash No Medical FSA, HSA

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Multivitamins No Medical FSA, HSA

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Nanny Yes Dependent Care FSA

Will qualify to the extent that the amounts paid are for the care of a qualifying individual. Household services not directly related to the care of the qualifying individual will not qualify. See Au Pair and Registration fees.

Nasal Sprays or Strips Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Nasal strips that are used to treat sinus problems qualify as being primarily for medical care, as would those that are used to prevent sleep apnea. However, nasal strips used to prevent snoring and those used by athletes are not eligible. Note that medicated sprays require a prescription from a physician even if available without one.

Nebulizer Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Needle container Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Neti pots Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Nicotine gum or patches Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Examples: Nicorette, Nicoderm

Norplant insertion or removal Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Nursing home No Dependent Care FSA

See Elder care.

Nursing services Potentially Medical FSA

Examples: Nurse expenses, board and care for a specific medical condition; excludes nursing services for a healthy baby. Includes wages, employment taxes and other fees or amounts paid for the services whether provided in the participant's home or another facility. The person providing the services does not have to be a nurse, as long as the services are of a nature generally performed by a nurse.

Nutritional supplements Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

See also Dietary supplements; Mineral supplements.

Nutritionist's professional expenses Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Only reimburseble if used to treat a specific medical condition; will not qualify if consulted for general health purposes. Requires a letter of medical necessity from a medical practitioner.

Obstetrical birthing expenses Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Prepayments towards the delivery cannot be reimbursed until the birth.

Occlusal guards Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Used to prevent teeth grinding

Occupational Therapy Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

If the purpose is to treat or alleviate a diagnosed medical condition, then it qualifies. A letter of medical necessity from a medical practitioner is required.

One-a-day vitamins No Medical FSA

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Omega-3 supplements Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

See Dietary supplements

Online or telephone consultation, medical practitioner's fee for Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Will qualify, so long as the consultation's purpose is to obtain the advice to treat or mitigate a medical condition.

Organ transplant or donation Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Orthodontia Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Payments can either be made and reimbursed upfront at the time of service or on a monthly basis. A copy of the contract or payment plan is preferred; otherwise, a deposit or paid in full receipt is acceptable.

Orthopedic/Orthotic inserts Yes Medical FSA, HSA
Orthopedic shoes Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Costs of custom orthopedic shoes will qualify to the extent that they exceed ordinary personal use requirements (e.g., only the excess cost of the specialized orthopedic shoe over the cost of a regular shoe qualifies).

Osteopath fees Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Overnight camp No Dependent Care FSA

Expenses for overnight camps are not employment-related. See Day camp.

Overnight care Potentially Dependent Care FSA

For night worker only

Ovulation monitor Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Oxygen and equipment Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Pain relievers Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Examples: Advil, Aspirin, Tylenol, Aleve, Midol

Parent of employees under age 13 qualifying child (payments to the parent for care of the qualifying child) No Dependent Care FSA

See Relative (payments to a relative for dependent care).

Part-time employment (payments to provider when the employee is not working) Potentially Dependent Care FSA

If the employee is required to pay for care for time that includes both work and non-work days, payments for periods that include both work and non-work days will qualify in full. Otherwise, expenses must be allocated between work and non-work days.

Pedometer No Medical FSA, HSA

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Penile implants Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Amounts paid for implants may be eligible if the diagnosis of impotence is due to natural causes such as diabetes, post-prostatectomy complications, or spinal cord injury.

Peroxide Rx Medical FSA, HSA

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Personal trainer fees Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

The expense must not have been incurred before a diagnosis and will only qualify to treat a disease or injury (such as rehabilitation after surgery or obesity) and only for a limited time. A letter from a medical practitioner is required.

Physical exams Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Excludes employment-related physicals and sports-related physicals

Physical therapy Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Placement fees for finding a dependent care provider No Dependent Care FSA

Will not qualify as such fees are generally not required in order to obtain care.

Pregnancy test kits Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Prenatal vitamins Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Prepaid fees for care Potentially Dependent Care FSA

Will qualify if the fee must be paid in order to obtain care. However, the fee cannot be reimbursed until care is provided. Fees that are forfeited (e.g., because the employee selects a different provider) will not qualify.

Preschool/ nursery school Yes Dependent Care FSA

As long as the care is for pre-kindergarten expenses

Prescription drug discount programs No Medical FSA, HSA

Fees for discounts on drugs are not considered medical care.

Prescription drugs and medicines obtained from other countries No Medical FSA, HSA

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Prescription medications Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Excludes medication to stimulate hair growth or prescriptions for cosmetic purposes and medications obtained from other countries

Probiotics Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Will only qualify if used to treat or alleviate a specific medical condition. A letter from a physican with the specific diagnosis is required.

Propecia and/or Rogaine No Medical FSA, HSA

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Prosthesis Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Psychiatric care Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Includes the costs associated at a special center that provides medical care.

Psychoanalysis testing Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Will only qualify if the expense is for medical care and not just for the general improvement of mental health, relief of stress, or personal enjoyment, nor if the expense relates to any psychoanalyst training.

Psychologist Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Will qualify if the expense is for medical care and not to improve one's well-being or relief stress.

Q-tips No Medical FSA, HSA

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Radial Keratotomy Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Reading Glasses Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Recliner chairs No Medical FSA, HSA

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Reconstructive surgery Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

In many cases, this expense is not eligible. But, for example, if required following a mastectomy, then it is reimburseable with a letter of medical necessity from a medical practitioner.

Recreation No Dependent Care FSA

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Registration fee Potentially Dependent Care FSA

Will qualify if the fee must be paid in order to obtain care. However, the fee cannot be reimbursed until care is provided. Fees that are forfeited (e.g., because the employee selects a different provider) will not qualify.

Relative (payments to a relative for dependent care) Potentially Dependent Care FSA

Will qualify if used to enable the employee and spouse to be gainfully employed. Will not qualify if the babysitter is (1) under age 19 and is the employee's child, step-child, or eligible foster child; (2) an individual for whom the employee or spouse can claim a deduction on IRS Form 1040; (3) the employee's spouse; or (4) a parent of the employee's under age 13 qualifying child.

Rubbing alcohol Rx Medical FSA, HSA

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Safety glasses No Medical FSA, HSA

Will not qualify unless lenses are prescription.

Schools and education, residential Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Payments made to a residential school or program to treat an individual for behavioral, emotional, or addictive conditions (including tuition, meals, and lodging) will qualify if the primary reason for attending the program is to receive medical care (ordinary education must be an incidental component). A letter of medical necessity is required from a medical practitioner to determine if the expenses would qualify.

Schools and education, special Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Payments made for a mentally impaired or physically disabled person to attend a special school (including tuition, meals, and lodging) will qualify if the primary reason for attending the school is to overcome or alleviate the disability (ordinary education must be an incidental component). Examples include teaching Braille to a visually impaired person, teaching lip reading to a hearing-impaired person, and remedial language training to correct a condition caused by a birth defect. If a child is at a school simply because the courses and disciplinary methods have a beneficial effect on the child's attitude, the expenses will not qualify.

Screening tests Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Will qualify if the tests are used for medical diagnoses. Examples include hearing, vision, and cholesterol screenings.

Security system for the home No Medical FSA, HSA

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Seeing-eye dog Yes Medical FSA, HSA

See also Guide dog, other service animal.

Self-employment, expense incurred in connection with Potentially Dependent Care FSA

Will qualify to the extent that the expenses are incurred for dependent care.

Shampoos No Medical FSA, HSA

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Shaving cream or lotion No Medical FSA, HSA

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Shipping and handling fees Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Reimbursable if incurred to purchase an item such as medical prescription medications that are associated with the cost of the item or service.

Sick employee (payments to provider when sick employee stays home) Potentially Dependent Care FSA

If the absence is considered short and temporary (up to two consecutive weeks) and the care-giving arrangement requires the employee to pay for care during the absence, then a payment for a period that includes the absence will qualify for reimbursement in full; other absences generally will not qualify.

Sick-child facility Yes Dependent Care FSA

Will qualify when incurred to enable the employee and spouse to go to work when the child is ill, when the primary purpose is child care.

Sinus medications Rx Medical FSA, HSA

See also Nasal strips or sprays.

Sleep aids Rx Medical FSA, HSA

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Sleep deprivation treatment Yes Medical FSA

Includes testing and treatment

Smoking-cessation medications Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Amounts paid for prescribed and OTC drugs used to stop smoking will qualify.

Smoking-cessation programs Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Amounts paid for a stop-smoking program will qualify.

Soaps No Medical FSA, HSA

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Special foods Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Will qualify if prescribed by a physician to treat a specific illness or ailment and if the foods are not a substitute for normal nutritional requirements. But the amount that may qualify is limited to the amount by which the cost of the special food exceeds the cost of commonly available versions of the same product (e.g., such as foods needed for a gluten-free diet).

Speech therapy Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Sperm, storage fees Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Fees for temporary storage might qualify, but only to the extent necessary for immediate conception. Storage fees for undefined future conception aren't considered to be for medical care and do not qualify.If the sperm is stored and used within the same year, those fees will qualify.

Spermicidal foam Rx Medical FSA, HSA

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Spouse of employee (payments to a spouse for dependent care) No Dependent Care FSA

See Relative (payments to a relative for dependent care).

Stem cell, harvesting and/or storage of Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Might qualify if there is a specific and imminent medical condition that the stem cells are intended to treat. For example, the cost of harvesting and storing stem cells because a newborn has a birth defect and the stem cells would be needed in the near future might be allowable. However, collection and indefinite storage just in case they might be needed is not considered to be for medical care and does not qualify.

Sterilization procedures Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Student health fees No Medical FSA, HSA

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Summer day camp Potentially Dependent Care FSA

See Day camp.

Summer school No Dependent Care FSA

Such expenses are primarily educational in nature and therefore do not qualify.

Sunburn creams and ointments Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Example: Aloe

Sunglasses Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Prescription sunglasses would qualify.

Sunglasses, clip-on No Medical FSA, HSA

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Sunscreen Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Sunscreen will qualify as a medical care expense because its sole purpose is to prevent sunburn and it is not a medicine or drug. Sunscreen at or above 15 SPF will qualify.

Suntan lotion without sunscreen No Medical FSA, HSA

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Supply fees No Dependent Care FSA

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Support braces Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Swimming lessons No Medical FSA, HSA

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Syringes (for diabetics) Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Taxes on medical services and products Yes Medical FSA, HSA

This includes local, sales, service, and other taxes.

Teeth whitening No Medical FSA, HSA

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TEFRA/Parental fees No Medical FSA

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Telephone equipment for hearing-impaired persons Yes Medical FSA, HSA

The expenses of buying and repairing special telephone equipment for a hearing-impaired person will qualify. This includes teletypewriter (TTY) and telecommunications device for the deaf (TDD) equipment.

Television for hearing-impaired persons Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Equipment that displays the audio part of television programs as subtitles for hearing-impaired persons will qualify, but the amount that is eligible is limited to the excess cost over the cost of the regular item. For example, the cost of a specially equipped television qualifies only to the extent that it exceeds the cost of a regular model.

Thermometers Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Will qualify if for medical use.

Throat lozenges Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Examples: Cepacol, Chloraseptic. See also Cough drops/suppressants.

Toiletries No Medical FSA, HSA

A toiletry is an item or preparation that is used in the process of dressing and grooming oneself (e.g., toothpaste, shaving cream or lotion, and cologne).

Toll bridges Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Eligible if incurred due to a qualifying medical expense. See also Transportation expenses for person to receive medical care.

Toothache and teething pain relievers Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Example: Orajel

Toothbrushes No Medical FSA, HSA

Are not eligible even if a dentist recommends special ones (e.g., electric or battery-powered) to treat a medical condition like gingivitis. Toothbrushes are items that are used primarily to maintain general health and a person would still use one even without the medical condition.

Toothpaste No Medical FSA, HSA

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Transplants Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Includes surgical, hospital, and laboratory services as well as transportation expenses for organ donors.

Transportation expenses Potentially Dependent Care FSA

Will qualify for transporting a qualifying individual to or from a place where care is provided and the transportation is furnished by a dependent care provider. Otherwise, such expenses generally are not considered to be for care, but might qualify if part of the dependent care charge (i.e., if incidental to and an inseparable part of the dependent care).

Transportation expenses for person to receive medical care Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Will qualify if the transportation is primarily for and essential to medical care. Includes car expenses; bus, taxi, train, plane, and ferry fares; and ambulance services. Instead of actual car expenses, a standard mileage rate for use of a car (currently 19 cents per mile, 17 cents per mile for 2017, subject to IRS changes) to obtain medical care is allowed. Parking fees and tolls can also qualify.

Tuition expenses No Dependent Care FSA

Such expenses are primarily educational in nature and therefore do not qualify.

Tuition for special-needs program Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Will qualify if the primary purpose is for medical care. An example includes a reading program for a child with dyslexia.

Tutoring programs No Dependent Care FSA

Such expenses are primarily educational in nature and therefore do not qualify.

Umbilical cord blood storage, freezing and storing of Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Can qualify if there is a specific medical condition that the umbilical cord blood is intended to treat (such as a newborn with a birth defect where the cord blood would be needed in the near future). However, collection and indefinite storage just in case it might be needed is not considered to be for medical care and does not qualify. A letter of medical necessity from a practitioner is required.

Unemployment (care that enables the employee and/or spouse to look for work) Potentially Depdendent Care FSA

See Looking for work (care that enables the employee and/or spouse to look for work).

Uniforms No Dependent Care FSA

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Vacation (payments to provider for periods when employee is on vacation) Potentially Dependent Care FSA

If the absence is considered short and temporary and the care-giving arrangement requires the employee to pay for care during the absence, then a payment for a period that includes the absence will qualify for reimbursement in full; other absences generally will not qualify.

Vaccines Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Vasectomy Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Vasectomy reversal Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Veneers No Medical FSA, HSA

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Viagra Rx Medical FSA, HSA

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Vitamins Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

In most circumstances, vitamins will not be eligible. However, if there is a situation where a participant needs to take a vitamin to treat a specific medical condition, then they might qualify. A letter of medical necessity from a medical practitioner is required, detailing the specific condition, dosage and length of time needed.

Volunteer work (care that enables employee and/or spouse to volunteer) No Dependent Care FSA

Will not qualify if the volunteer work is unpaid or for nominal pay.

Walkers Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Warranties/Insurance on a product No Medical FSA, HSA

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Wart remover treatments Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Example: Compound W

Weight loss programs and/or drugs prescribed to induce weight loss Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

If the program is used to treat a specific medical condition such as heart disease or diabetes, then it might qualify; a letter from a medical practitioner is required including the specific diagnosis, exactly what is being prescribed, and for how long. Food does not qualify.

Wheelchair Yes Medical FSA, HSA

Purchase, operation and upkeep

Whirlpools No Medical FSA, HSA

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Wigs Potentially Medical FSA, HSA

Might qualify if the wig is prescribed by a physician for the mental health of a patient who has lost all of his or her hair from disease or treatment (e.g., chemotherapy or radiation).

Yeast infection medications Rx Medical FSA, HSA

Example: Monistat

X-Rays Yes Medical FSA, HSA

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Key to the Eligibility Column

  • Yes:  The expense is eligible for reimbursement.
  • No:  The expense is not eligible for reimbursement.
  • Potentially:  The expense may be eligible for reimbursement with additional information such as a letter of medical necessity
  • Rx:  The expense is eligible for reimbursement with a doctor’s prescription.  These expenses are usually over-the-counter items obtained at a pharmacy, drug store or retailer such as Target or Walgreens.

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