For more than 70 million Americans, flexible spending accounts (FSAs) and health savings accounts (HSAs) help pay for everyday health costs like doctor visits and co-payments, surprise medical bills, thousands of qualified medical products that consumers use every day and more.
However, most vitamins and other dietary supplements are notably absent from FSA and HSA eligibility. Vitamins have long been a top-requested eligibility category from customers of FSAstore.com and HSAstore.com and 77% of Americans take at least one supplement. Unfortunately to date, only prenatal vitamins and glucosamine have been recognized by the industry as qualified, eligible products. We hope you'll join us in our efforts to change that.
A bipartisan bill called The Dietary Supplements Access Act (HR 4784) was introduced in the US House of Representatives in July 2023, and if made law, would expand FSA/HSA eligibility to include vitamins & other dietary supplements. A similar bill (S. 3172) was also introduced in the Senate in October 2023.
We applaud the introduction of these bills and call on Congress and agencies like the IRS to continue to address this gap in FSA & HSA eligibility.
Sign our petition to make Vitamins & Other Dietary Supplements FSA and HSA Eligible
The real action starts with your voice and we hope you'll join us in the effort to make vitamins and other dietary supplements FSA and HSA eligible:
Sign our petition today to lend your name to the millions of FSA and HSA users who should be able to purchase vitamins and other dietary supplements with their tax-free dollars.
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Visit TaxFreeBetter.com and use our form letters to send a personalized letter to your member of congress. Simply click the "Contact Your Member of Congress" tab at the bottom of the page and follow the directions to voice your concerns to your representative directly.