Manage your incontinence with FSA and save money!

Manage your incontinence with FSA and save money!

Adult Diapers and Chux cares about your incontinence issues and is always available to serve you with its amazing product range. If you are scrambling to use your FSA by purchasing any non-essential item or booking any un-important appointment or doing anything not required, Adult Diapers and Chux can help you save money by offering you its wide range of FSA- eligible adult briefs, diapers, under-pads to make your incontinent life easier and affordable.

A flexible Spending Account (FSA) is an employer-sponsored plan that reimburses an employee for qualifying medical expenses or dependent care payments. This tax-advantage plan allows you to set aside money on a pre-tax basis that can be used for your potential FSA-eligible medical expenses.

Benefits of FSA Plan at Adult Diaper and Chux

  1. FSA money can be used to pay for personal care/use or family needs.
  2. The complete amount which is kept aside for FSA is tax-free. Reimbursement to such purchases may be tax-free only if you have paid for qualified medical expenses.
  3. FSA covers expenses on healthcare products or services that might not be included in regular health plans.
  4. If your out-of-pocket medical expenses are high, then FSA can very well save your money.
  5. Qualified medical expenses are those incurred by the following persons-
  •  You and your spouse.
  • All dependents you claim on your tax return.
  • Your child under age 27 at the end of your tax year.
  • Any person you could have claimed as a dependent on your return except -

(a) the person filed a joint return;

(b) The person had a gross income of $4,300 or more; or

(c) You, or your spouse if filing jointly, could be claimed as a dependent on someone else’s 2020 return.

Adult Diapers and Chux accept FSA cards

Adult Diaper and Chux offers a wide selection of incontinence supplies from renowned brands such as Attends, Covidien, Prevail, Tranquility, Depend, TENA, and many more. We accept all types of FSA Cards (Debit, Credit, Store-valued cards, or any other combination approved by your employer). If you don't have an FSA debit card, you can still do FSA shopping online with Adult Diapers and Chux and use your other credit cards, debit cards, PayPal account, or check. After that, you can submit all of your receipts to the FSA administrator for compensation.

How to qualify for FSA to buy FSA-approved incontinence supplies?

  1. To qualify for Health FSA, you must be registered with your employer.
  2. You are eligible for FSA only if you are working with an organization, this benefit plan is not available for people who are self-employed or freelancers. An exception can be made with respect to the key employees and highly compensated individuals determined by the standards given under the IRS. *Above stated clause is subjected to modifications with respect to the regulations by IRS.
  3. Qualified medical expenses can vary based on your plan, provider, and employee.
  4. You can use these funds only for IRS listed FSA eligible items at our FSA store.
  5. You must shop with your FSA funds within a year as it is a ‘use-or-lose arrangement’.
  6. It is advisable to shop your FSA-approved (products/ incontinent products) up to a defined limit set by your FSA administrator or your employer. If no such limit is set by the organization you are working in, then such purchase should be made within the limits of $2,750 as set and regulated by the ISR for the year 2020*.

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How does healthcare FSA work at Adult Diapers and Chux?

In order to purchase your FSA eligible incontinence products with Adult Diapers and Chhux, follow these simple steps:

  1. Step into our online store with your FSA cards ready
  2. Explore the FSA eligible incontinence care products that we offer
  3. Choose the one you wish to buy and make sure it is marked with the FSA APPROVED symbol
  4. Add the item to your cart and make payment through your FSA Card provided by your employer

How to maximize your FSA’s benefits in buying Incontinence Care Products?

The most important thing to remember with FSA is that these funds are made to either use or lose!! You are bound to spend all the money kept in your FSA by the end of the year otherwise that money disappears. Remember that your FSA provider can choose to allow a grace period for you to use FSA funds or a carryover of a certain amount (for the year 2020 to 2021, it is $550) of FSA funds into the next year, but not both.

Adult Diapers and Chux is glad that you’re lucky and no medical emergency occurs to you during the whole year. We are happy to tell you, you are able to buy FSA-eligible incontinence care products from our online store, which are used by patients of incontinence on a regular basis and not just for a one-time purchase. You can also opt for an auto-reordering facility and grab an additional discount on your products. Isn’t it easy and a great deal!!

Here is what you can buy with us:

Get a good night sleep with FSA eligible Briefs and Diapers

Briefs and diapers protect you from the issues arising out of an incontinent medical condition. Our comfortable and skin-friendly briefs help you fight the struggle of incontinence. These diapers are made of super-absorbent material to save you from leakage. It is definitely a good use of your FSA dollars.


Protection from heavy to mild incontinence with FSA approved items

These soft under-pads are worn inside the host-garment (disposable brief or disposable underwear). The moisture-proof layer in these under-pads protects from leakage and rashes. Adult Diapers and Chux has a wide range of liners and pads such as bladder control pads, maternity pads, male guards, and feminine hygiene pads.


Easy to pull-on odor-free underwear for both men and women

The pull-up style of these protective under-wears and incontinence pants give a natural feel to the body and designed for rapid absorption. Its Odor eliminating technology keeps the underwear fresh and pleasant.


If you are using an FSA debit card for payments, all such products that are FSA-eligible must be ordered before December 29, 2020, for FSA funds expiring December 31, 2020. Payment is not charged until orders have shipped.

Adult Diapers and Chux cares about your un-spent dollars. Shopping with us will definitely make you feel that you are not as limited as you might think regarding the use of these remaining FSA dollars. Get ready to avail the discounts and reward dollars on our incontinence supplies. Shop with us now!

*expense on the incontinent products from your FSA depends on the doctor’s diagnosed medical condition certificate.

*Give specification on whether the auto reorders policies (using only credit cards) are applicable to the FSA system of paying for purchases in regards to incontinent products.

*make sure to notify that this data is subject to changes in the upcoming year plan of ISR.

NOTE/ Disclaimer- These suggestions which are documented here by us are related to the expenses which are currently sanctioned and acknowledged by the Internal Revenue System as deductible medical expenses. The list is not necessarily inclusive or exclusive. It is based on Adult Diaper and Chux interpretation of IRS Section 213(d) and it is not legal and/or financial advice.

If you are looking out for more accurate information or have some questions about reimbursable health care expenses which include FSAs should be referred to a tax consultant or your health care provider.


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