Use FSA or HSA money to buy prescription eyeglasses
FSA (a.k.a. Flexible Spending Accounts) money expires at the end of the calendar year so now’s the time to spend those funds before you lose them.
One way you can spend both FSA and Health Savings Account funds (which don’t have a time limit) is on a new pair of prescription eyeglasses.
Rivet & Sway is an FSA/HSA approved vendor so your expenses for new eyewear can be deducted direct from your FSA credit card. Or you can use our invoice and be reimbursed by your HSA plan.
Remember, all Rivet & Sway frames are $199, including prescription high-index lenses, anti-glare and scratch-resistant coatings. And shipping is always free.
Plus, with pampering features like a free personal stylist and free home try-ons, Rivet & Sway makes shopping for eyewear as easy and fun and buying shoes or handbags.
So put the kids to bed, kick back with the laptop and let’s get yourself a new pair of frames before those funds expire.