Top 5 FSA Eligible Breathing Tools
Any balance left in an FSA at year’s end goes back to the employer. In some cases, you can carry forward some funds to the following year. HPFY hosts a wide variety of FSA-approved medical equipment. We also accept the FSA Debit card. Here are some of the top FSA-approved respiratory product suggestions:
What Is Typically Covered by A Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
In order to maximize your pre-tax Flexible Spending Account (FSA) contributions, it is important to know what is typically covered through your FSA account. With all the products available in the health and medical field, knowing what is and isn’t covered by an FSA may seem confusing. What may seem like a common medical expense may actually not be covered. As your partner in health and wellness, Health Products For You can clear up some of the confusion and misinformation.
Is Contributing to an FSA Worth It?
How do you decide if contributing to an FSA is right for you? HPFY has the information you need to determine if contributing to an FSA is worth it.
Your FSA: When & What Can and Does Rollover
Health Products for You talks FSA rollover and identifies what and when you can rollover your Flexible Spending Account contributions.
What Exactly Is a Limited Purpose FSA?
Health Products for You explains why a Limited Purpose FSA may be right for you.This definitive guide explains what a Limited Purpose FSA is, how it differs from a regular FSA, and why, when and how to participate. Expert Advice.
Training pants (effectively, also diapers!), along with other baby products are FSA eligible items. And so are several maternity and nursing products FSA approved for your comfort and convenience so that you are best prepared to take care of your baby! Buy from a range of baby, maternity, and nursing FSA eligible items at our FSA store.
FSA vs HSA: What's the difference?
as FSA means Flexible Spending Account and HSA (Health Savings Account) are closely related
Five FSA Eligible Products for the Holidays To Explore
This holiday season is a great time to look at your Flexible Spending Account or FSA to make sure you maximize your pretax contributions. Many of these FSA eligible medical aids or products can make wonderful gifts. Shop Now!
Urological Accessories to Optimize Your FSA Dollars & Incontinence Plan
For those whose employers offer a Flexible Spending Account or FSA for employee healthcare contributions, it is important to understand that any employee contributions that don’t get used or spent are forfeited at the end of the year. Utilize your FSA dollars on accessories for your urological medical aids and Health Products for You has what you need.
Don’t Let Your Medication and FSA Dollars Expire
Common OTC medication does have an expiration date and so does your FSA dollars. Health Products for You can help with both.
Prolapsed Stoma: What You Should Know
A prolapsed stoma may look scary, but it can usually be fixed at home by following some simple steps. Learn all about a prolapsed stoma at HPFY.
Finding the Best Odor Eliminators for Ostomates
Does the thought of ostomy odor make you anxious, self-conscious, and constantly anxious, especially in public? You don’t have to feel that way any longer. Find the best odor eliminators for ostomates at HPFY.
5 Mistakes To Avoid While Using Adult Diapers
Using adult diapers can be more complicated than you think. To avoid common mistakes, we have all the info you need. LEARN MORE
5 Best Tips and Products To Relieve Spring Allergies
If you're like me, you aren't exactly excited that spring is here. Every year, it's the same thing. The sun sets a little later, the air gets a little warmer, and I get a little congested. Then the watery eyes start, followed by sneezing and coughing, and before you know it, I'm searching for some sort of allergy relief.
A two-piece ostomy bag can be changed without replacing the skin barrier, is easy to apply & remove, and causes less irritation. Find the best 2-piece ostomy bags at HPFY.
5 Best Bed Pads For Incontinence
Incontinence bed pads are designed to absorb urine and protect mattresses and furniture from damage and are made from absorbent materials such as cotton or polyester. Not only are they designed to absorb moisture, but many specialize in keeping moisture away from the skin, minimizing the chance of skin breakdowns. Find 5 best bed pads for incontinence at HPFY.