|What are Eligible Health Savings Account (HSA) Expenses?
|WHAT ARE SOME EXAMPLES OF MEDICAL EXPENSES THAT I CAN PAY TAX-FREE FROM MY HSA?
Medical service fees from doctors, dentists, optometrists, chiropractors, psychiatrists, psychologists, and other certified medical professionals are some of the examples of medical expenses that I can pay tax-free from my HSA.
Prescription drug fees.
Fees for lab work, therapy, nursing services and surgery.
Fees for eyeglasses, contact lenses, hearing aids, false teeth, and any other prosthetic devices and special devices.
Fees for insurance premiums as discussed in the previous question.
Fees for transportation expenses needed for medical, dental or health treatment, plus many other expenses not listed above.
Please contact the Bank of Cashton with regard to any questionable qualifying expense.
WHAT ARE SOME EXPENSES THAT ARE NOT CONSIDERED QMES (Qualified Medical Expenses)?
Payments for cosmetic surgery.
Payments for your general health, such as health club dues.
Stop smoking programs.
Weight loss programs.
Trips for general health improvement.
Payment for illegal medical treatment, such as unapproved procedures.
Payment for premiums for the HDHP.
Payment for premiums for other types of medical insurance, as addressed by the above question.
Funeral, burial or cremation expenses.