How to Purchase Mira with HSA/FSA?

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Good news! Mira is HSA/FSA eligible so you should be able to get reimbursed for the cost of Mira with your HSA/FSA account! Continue reading to find out how.

 

How to purchase Mira with my HSA/FSA account?

There are two ways you can easily do so:

  1. You can purchase Mira with your HSA/FSA debit card, directly from our website.
  2. You can also purchase Mira from our website using any regular payment methods, and submit for reimbursement later from your HSA/FSA account. 

 

What is an HSA/FSA account?

HSA stands for Health Savings Account. It is like a personal saving account, but it can only be used for qualified healthcare products and services. It is available for US taxpayers who have enrolled in a High-Deductible Health Plan. Health Saving Accounts have important tax advantages. The contributions to this account are made before your income is taxed, you don’t pay taxes on the account’s growth, and you don’t pay on the withdrawals either.

FSA stands for a Flexible Spending Account. It is often part of your benefits package. This account allows you to use pre-tax dollars to pay for eligible healthcare expenses for you and your dependents. For example, if you are in the 30% tax bracket, you save $30 for every $100 spent on eligible healthcare products and services. 

 

How do I get reimbursed if I can’t use my HSA/FSA card to purchase Mira?

Mira is completely HSA/FSA eligible. An order confirmation email is often enough. Each HSA/FSA plan can have slightly different requirements. Feel free to email us if there is any question!

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