DoctorInsole products are now FSA-eligible!
FSA Flexible Spending debit cards (also called FlexCards) can now be used to purchase DoctorInsole products*! (exclusions apply) FSA stands for Flexible Spending Account (or Flexible Spending Arrangement) and is a pre-tax benefit account where contributions can be used to pay for eligible health care expenses that are not covered by your insurance. That means using pre-tax income on everything like co-pays, medications, orthopedic goods and NOW DoctorInsole orthotic insoles.
FSA accounts are “use it or lose it accounts” and funds must be used up by the end of the year. Any funds remaining in the account on December 31st are lost. Buying DoctorInsole orthotic insoles is a great way to utilize your FSA contribution!
(FSAs and HSAs allow you to contribute a portion of your pre-tax salary to cover medical expenses. Check with your workplace or plan administrator for more information.)
What DoctorInsole products can I buy with my FlexCard?
-DoctorInsole products (see exclusions below) purchased on www.doctorinsole.com are FSA-eligible.
How can I use my FSA card to buy DoctorInsole orthotic insoles?
-Use your FSA debit card at checkout just as you would a credit card. If you don’t have an FSA card you can still purchase FSA-eligible DoctorInsole products, save your receipt and submit a claim for reimbursement from your provider.
Is there a purchase limit?
-Nope! As long as there are funds in your FSA account, there is no limit to how much FSA-eligible products you can buy.
When can I use my FSA?
-FSA funds can be used at any time from January 1 - December 31. Funds that are not used by December 31st are lost.
Don’t let your flexible spending account (FSA) or health savings account (HSA) dollars go to waste. Put ’em to good use on DoctorInsole orthotic insoles to take full advantage of your FSA benefit!
*Excludes UNISEX LifeStep and Men's & Women's FitStep.