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You may use your health care flexible spending account, or FSA, to be reimbursed for health care expenses for yourself and your family that are not paid through another source (such as your medical plan). However, expenses incurred by or for the treatment of a domestic partner or the child of a domestic partner cannot be reimbursed.
The federal government sets the requirements for determining which health care and dependent care (day care) expenses can be reimbursed from funds contributed to your FSA. The following are examples of eligible health care expenses:
Internal Revenue Service Publication 502, Medical and Dental Expenses provides examples of the types of expenses that are eligible for reimbursement through your FSA. Most expenses that are deductible health care expenses under the Internal Revenue Code are eligible for reimbursement through the FSA. Download IRS forms and publications online, or call 800.TAX.FORM (800.829.3676).
Examples of ineligible expenses include nonprescription drugs, vitamins, outpatient meals or meals en route to or while receiving medical care, health club dues, vacations or recreational activities, and any surgery or treatment primarily for cosmetic reasons.