A Limited Purpose FSA (LPFSA) is like a traditional Health Care FSA, but may be used only for eligible dental and vision expenses (medical expenses aren’t eligible). If you enroll in Medical Plan Option C, you may elect to contribute to an LPFSA in addition to, or instead of, your HSA. If you use your LPFSA for dental and vision expenses, you can save your HSA money for health care expenses in the future. If you enroll in Medical Plan Option A or B, you may not elect to contribute to an LPFSA, but you may instead contribute to a Health Care FSA.
The 2021 annual LPFSA contribution limit is $2,750.
Note: If you do not elect to contribute to a LPFSA, you may pay for dental and vision expenses from your HSA. When making your election on the benefits election website, note that this option will appear as “Health Care FSA.”