FSA stands for Flexible Spending Account, an incentive offered by some employers that allows employees to set aside pre-tax money from their paycheck to pay for medical expenses and supplies.
Only certain products are eligible for FSA reimbursement without a prescription. These items include bandages and other first-aid products, contact lens solution, condoms, blood pressure monitors and select over-the-counter products that do not contain medicine. Look for the FSA icon next to products throughout the site, or shop the FSA store above.
FSA-Rx signifies that a product requires a prescription from a qualified healthcare professional to be eligible for reimbursement. Look for the FSA-Rx icon next to products throughout the site to find these items, or shop the FSA store above.
Items that require a prescription to be eligible for reimbursement include over-the-counter products that contain medicine, such as pain relievers, antacids, cold remedies, allergy products and anti-itch creams. Look for the FSA-Rx icon next to products throughout the site, or shop the FSA store above.
No. For an updated list of FSA-Rx and FSA-eligible items available at Vitacost.com, you can browse the FSA store above or look for the icons next to products throughout the site.
The IRS governs Flexible Spending Accounts - Vitacost does not decide which items are FSA eligible. If you have questions about the eligibility of products, please contact your HR representative.
You can order FSA-eligible items online or via our mobile site, just as you would any other product available at Vitacost.com.
At this time, we do not accept HSA or FSA debit cards as a form of payment.
No, Vitacost does not keep track of FSA-eligible purchases. It is up to you to keep track of your purchases, packing slips and any other information required for reimbursement.
In order to be reimbursed for the purchase of FSA-eligible items, you will need to submit printed receipts to your FSA administrator, along with any other required paperwork. Vitacost.com does not keep track of your FSA-eligible purchases.
Purchases of FSA-eligible items are subject to the same sales tax rules as all other purchases: Florida residents are subject to a sales tax on all personal care products, aromatherapy, pet products, appliances and books. Nevada residents are subject to a sales tax on all items. North Carolina residents are subject to a sales tax on all items and shipping charges.
All Vitacost orders over $49 (after any discounts are applied) are eligible for free standard shipping within the contiguous United States.
We currently ship to more than 40 countries. Be sure to check with your country’s customs office to find out if there are any items that cannot be imported. (Visit our International FAQs for more information about ordering outside the U.S.)
FSA-eligible items are subject to the Vitacost 30-day unconditional money-back guarantee. If for any reason you are unhappy with a product you have purchased, you may return it for a full refund, less shipping and handling. Only one opened package of any product is eligible for return - all others of the same product must be in a factory-sealed container. Sample boxes, opened DVDs and digital purchases cannot be returned.
Like most people, your budget is tight these days. But with the convenience of a Flexible Spending Account, you can stretch your dollar even further - especially important when it comes to large expenses like daycare and doctor’s visits.
Also known as FSA, a Flexible Spending Account is typically offered to employees as a way to pay for medical goods and services and other expenses. The money is deducted from each paycheck, but is not subject to taxes, meaning more of it can go toward medical and child care bills.
Do you have an FSA through your employer? If so, you may be wondering which expenses can be paid for with this money. Although each plan varies, commonly covered goods and services may include:
These flexible benefits offer an easy way to pay for the goods and services you use regularly. But there is one caveat - most plans require you to empty your account by the end of the year, or risk losing the pre-tax contributions you've saved up. So if you’ve been putting off that yearly physical, make that appointment today and make sure you take advantage of your FSA!See All FSA-eligible products