Hey there, fellow FSA enthusiasts! 👋
I’ve stumbled upon a little-known treasure trove of savings that I just had to share with all of you. If you’re like me and forget to bring your benefit card when you need to buy cough medicine or tylenol from CVS, then you’re in for a treat.
Did you know that you can keep a record of your FSA eligible expenses when you shop at retailers like CVS and Rite Aid, as long as you use your loyalty number at checkout? It’s an absolute game-changer, and I’m here to spill the beans on how to do it.
How to Keep Track of Your FSA Eligible Expenses:
For Rite Aid Shoppers: Simply login to your Rite Aid account and visit this link for your free FSA report to pull a detailed report of your FSA eligible expenses. 📊 Need more help shopping at Rite Aid? Check out our guide on how to use your benefit card at Rite Aid!
For CVS Shoppers: Give the CVS support line a call at 1-800-SHOP-CVS and press 2, and they’ll assist you in retrieving your FSA expenses report. They will be able to send you up to 14 months worth of FSA and HSA eligible expense receipts for free. If you would like to learn more about how to use your benefit card at CVS, check out our guide!
This means no more sifting through crumpled receipts and endless paperwork when tax season rolls around. You’ll have everything neatly organized and ready to go. And this will come in handy if you find yourself out of employment, and no longer able to spend those funds! Use these reports to help reimburse yourself for past expenses you completely forgot you had.
But here’s the best part – the savings! By keeping track of your FSA eligible expenses, you’re making the most of your FSA funds, ensuring that you never miss out on a reimbursement again. It’s like finding money you never knew you had!
I only listed Rite Aid and CVS as they are the only vendors I can find that offer this benefit. Any other retailers offer this solution for you? Let me know in the comments below!
Happy savings, everyone!