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Using HSA/FSA Accounts At Infinite30 Wake Forest

If your insurance provider offers HSA and FSA programs, those funds may be available for your Infinite30 Wake Forest Weight Loss enrollment.

Ever heard of an FSA or HSA? We have a brief overview of how you can use Flexible Spending Accounts and Health Savings Accounts as part of your health care coverage.

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FSA

Also referred to as a Flexible Spending Arrangement, Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) are accounts used to pay for services outside of the scope of a conventional health care plan.

With an FSA, the individual user determines how much money to allocate to this pre-tax benefit. Then, they can utilize the funds on qualified health care services, such as Infinite30. Since these dollars are spent before taxes, employees literally get more “bang for their buck.”

FSA plans vary widely, and your actual savings are tied to the amount of money you contribute and your area’s tax structure. For more information about the specific FSAs available through your workplace, talk with your benefits provider or human resources professional.

Once you have confirmed that Infinite30 is an eligible wellness provider for your FSA, our team will be happy to help you use your FSA benefits.

HSA

Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) are personal savings accounts for tax benefits intended specifically for health care payments. Enrolling in a High-Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) allows you to put the tax advantage benefits of HSAs to work.

All HSA account contributions are tax-deductible at the federal level and at most state levels, and in most cases, deposited funds are also tax-free. You can withdraw HSA funds at any time to pay for health and wellness expenses, and unspent funds can be rolled over to future calendar years, without any penalties, fees, or tax implications. Although HSA deposits are usually made through an employer payroll deduction process, HSA accounts are not tied to a specific job. They are independently funded, much like a typical savings account.

HSA benefits can cover out-of-pocket expenses for a wide range of services, such as Infinite30. Ask a human resource professional about the HSAs available to you. Then, the team at your Infinite30 weight loss center in Wake Forest will arrange for you to use HSA funds for your Infinite30 Weight Loss program.

Lose Up To 17 – 27 Pounds* In Your First Month

Think about how much happier & healthier you will be ONE MONTH from now!

  • AVERAGE FIRST MONTH WEIGHT LOSS*
  • Women – 17 lbs.
  • Men – 27 lbs.

*Weight loss results and health benefits may vary among individuals. The average weight loss in the Infinite30 Lose Phase is 17 pounds for women and 27 pounds for men in the first 30 when you follow the Lose Program.

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