Fortunately, there are still lots of ways to use up flex account funds, even at this late date!
Elmsford, NY (PRWEB) March 05, 2015
Eye Care Associates is at it again reminding anyone that possessed a health care flexible spending account in 2014, that there are only 10 more days remaining to use their funds otherwise losing them as March 15th 2015 is the final day to submit a claim.
A health care flexible spending account allows someone to use pretax dollars to pay for medical, dental and child care expenses that aren't covered by a typical insurance plan. The way a health care flexible spending account works is it is funded by deductions from an employees paycheck, and then the account holder decides how much they wish to contribute during the year when they are enrolled in their employer's health care flexible spending plan. At most companies, any money left in the account at year-end is forfeited. However, some companies may roll over $500 to the next fiscal year. If one is unsure how their plan functions they should consult with their employer.
Recently a new provision that was signed into law under the health care reform act, won't allow reimbursement for over-the-counter drugs unless the account holder possesses doctor's prescription thus making it more difficult to zero out the account.
Fortunately, there are many of ways to use those flex account funds, even at this late date, says Chris Kalian a partner of Eye Care Associates. Some ways are to purchase optical frames and or contact lenses. It is for this reason Eye Care Associates is notifying all of their patients as a reminder to help them avoid losing out on the funds that have accumilated throughout the year.
Not long ago CLEContactLenses.com also notified their patients via email as well as composing a blog post that on March 31st, 2015 the entire Acuvue Advance product line will be completely phased out. Vistakon a division of Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc., will discontinue the entire product line of Acuvue Advance contact lenses (Acuvue Advance, Acuvue Advance Plus and Acuvue Advance for Astigmatism).
Some of CLEContactLenses.com patients that use the mentioned Acuvue products were not pleased with this news as the company expected. To help current and potential new patients, they have begun to stock up on the Acuvue Advance brand contact lenses now while they are still being produced. If a Acuvue Advance brand user finds themselves in this same situation, CLEContactLenses.com recommends that they either schedule a visit with their optometrist to begin finding a replacement contact lens or begin to stock up while these products are still being produced and available on CLEContactLenses.com website.
Now with this valuable information added, one can clearly see that if they possess a health care flexible spending account and wear the Acuvue Advance contact lens brands, Eye Care Associates message should be taken into consideration because if they don't use their hard earned money, they will lose it come March 16th 2015 as well as their favorite contact lens brand at the end of March.
Beginning on March 5th 2015, CleContactLenses.com will offer complimentary ground shipping within the USA on all orders. In order for visitors to receive these extra savings, all they need to do is enter the following coupon code 906203656 when placing an order on clecontactlenses.com. Once the coupon code is entered during the checkout process, the complimentary shipping will automatically apply its self to all orders. With this promotion, Eye Care Associates is really helping those that possessed a flexible spending account in 2014 really stretch their dollar. Those that are looking to take advantage of this valuable offer will need to act soon since it expires on March 8th 2015 at 11:59PM Eastern Standard Time.
CleContactLenses.com are located in Westchester County, NY and has been in business online for the last 16 years selling contact lenses, contact lens removers, designer sunglasses, designer prescription frames and vitamins amongst many other eye care related items.