Flexible Spending Account Reminder

Posted by CooperVision on Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Looking for ways to save money this holiday season and keep your eye health in check? Use your healthcare flexible spending account (HCFSA) to offset the cost of contact lens fittings and purchases! As a friendly reminder, the HCFSA Program follows the “Use It or Lose It” rule – meaning you must use the entire amount in your healthcare flexible spending account by the end of each plan year or grace period - any funds you don’t use will be forfeited1.

Additionally, you can save money by combining our new fit and refit rebates for Proclear 1 Day, ClearSight 1 Day and Avaira contact lenses with our product purchase rebates between now and December 31, 2010, meaning you can save up to $85 on Proclear 1 Day or ClearSight 1 Day and up to $70 with Avaira! For more information, including program terms and conditions, please refer to our website.

Get a jump start on your New Year’s resolution by staying on top of your eye health with a visit to your eye care practitioner, while taking advantage of any remaining HCFSA funds*.

Happy holidays from all of us at CooperVision!

*As of January 1, 2011, changes to HCFSA rules will require a prescription for over-the-counter medications in order to receive reimbursement. Despite these changes, contact lens solutions will still be eligible for reimbursement without a prescription.
1 http://www.nyc.gov/html/olr/html/flex_spending/hcfsa_forfeiture.shtml


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