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Use your FSA or HSA funds to buy hearing aids and start living the life you want to live today.

Fill out the form to request an appointment to learn more and receive your complimentary hearing assessment.*

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Hearing aids are classified as a medical device and are a legitimate medical expense eligible from your Flexible Spending Account (FSA) or Health Savings Account (HSA).

If you have funds in your FSA or HSA, these funds, in most cases, can be used toward purchasing hearing aids.†

How do FSA and HSA accounts work?
An FSA is an employee benefit that allows you to put pre-tax money aside for certain health care and dependent care expenses. The funds in an FSA must be used during the year the allotments are made. Once the calendar year ends, you may lose any remaining balance that may be left in the FSA account.

An HSA is an investment account available only to members who are enrolled in a high deductible health plan (HDHP). Your HDHP credits a portion of your premium to the HSA. You also have the option to make pre-tax contributions to the account. These accounts earn interest and roll over any remaining balance from year to year.

How can I purchase hearing aids with an FSA or HSA?
If you have an FSA debit card, you can use this card to pay for your hearing aids directly. If you do not, you can purchase hearing aids out of pocket then file a claim along with a receipt to be reimbursed from your FSA account.

Paying for your hearing aids with your HSA account is similar to an FSA. You can use your HSA debit card to pay directly or you can pay out of pocket and submit a claim for reimbursement.

Hearing aids are an investment that can help you to live a full and satisfying life. There’s new breakthrough technology that is now available. This is the perfect time to use your allocated funds to make a life-changing difference in your ability to hear.

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†Check with your specific FSA/HSA account.