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Flex Spending Accounts (FSAs)

07 Nov 2016 | 0 Comments

Hamilton, Wilson & Hendrickson Orthodontics is proud to be your premier choice when it comes to Topeka and Lawrence Invisalign, braces, and other orthodontic treatments. We don’t just strive for the best when it comes to orthodontics – we want to do everything we can to make sure that all patients are able to receive affordable orthodontic care. We accept a number of different payment options, including payment from flex spending accounts.

What Are Flex Spending Accounts?

Flex spending accounts are special accounts that provide benefits to employees of companies. The employer will choose (or it will be agreed upon) an amount of the employee’s paycheck to place into this special account that can only be used for certain expenses, including those in medical, visual, and dental fields. The advantage of having one is that you won’t have to pay taxes on any of the money put in this account.

Why This Is Relevant Now

Flex spending accounts are especially relevant now because the money in the account typically expires at the end of the year – which we’re now rapidly approaching. The money in a flex spending account is essentially ‘use it or lose it’ money. When the year ends, any money that you didn’t use will be gone. This makes it imperative that you use the opportunity to go through with any medical, visual, or dental procedures that you need before you lose all the money in the account.

Schedule An Appointment Before They Fill Up!

It’s important to sign up for an appointment sooner rather than later so you’re guaranteed to get in before the year is over and you forfeit the money in your account. If you’re looking to schedule an appointment with us, we encourage you to fill out our appointment request form. Alternatively, you can give us a call at (785) 272-3722 for our Topeka office or (785) 843-3183 for our Lawrence office. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. We look forward to hearing from you!

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