A health savings account, or HSA, is a tax-exempt account that allows you to save money to pay for qualified health care expenses. The list below includes just some of the medical expenses that are considered eligible for reimbursement.
|Qualified Medical Expenses|
Ambulance Braille Books and Magazines
Breast Pumps and Supplies
Chiropractor Durable Medical Equipment
Face Masks and Other COVID-Protective PPE Fertility Enhancements Guide Dog or Other Service Animal
Home Care Hospital Services
|Qualified Dental Expenses|
Dental Exams (including X-rays)
Occlusal Guards (to prevent teeth grinding)
|Qualified Vision Expenses|
Vision Correction Surgery
What may not be covered
Not all medical, dental and vision expenses are qualified under your HSA. Here are some expenses that are not considered eligible for reimbursement.
Babysitting or Child Care
Health Club Dues (with a letter of medical necessity)
|Health Insurance Premiums|
Massage (unless a prescription is presented)
Personal Use Items
Weight Loss Programs
A complete list of eligible expenses
Be sure to refer to IRS Publication 502, Medical and Dental Expenses for a complete list of all HSA-eligible expenses.