Captain Contributor Explains FSAs

An FSA, or Flexible Spending Account, is an employer-sponsored account that enables participants to set aside money from each paycheck, before taxes, to help pay for IRS-approved, out-of-pocket medical expenses for themselves and their dependents.

 

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