FSA Calculator

See what your potential tax savings could be using an FSA.

Step 1

Are you considering using an HSA as well as an FSA?

What's This?

If you have an HSA we recommend only including Vision and Dental Expenses in this calculation as FSA Medical Expenses are either not reimbursable with an FSA or are only reimbursable with an FSA after your HSA deductible has been met (depending on FSA plan design).

Step 2

Considering your expenses, how much do you plan to fund your FSA in each of the categories below?

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Step 3

What's This?

Tax Rate Married Couples Filing Jointly Most Single Filers
10% Not over $16,750 Not over $8,375
15% $16,750 - $68,000 $8,375 - $34,000
25% $68,000 - $137,300 $34,000 - $82,400
28% $137,300 - $209,250 $82,400 - $171,850
33% $209,250 - $373,650 $171,850 - $373,650
35% Over $373,650 Over $373,650

What's This?

Check with your tax advisor or use a recent paystub to determine your current state tax rate.

With $X,XXX in expenses
an FSA could save you $XXX.XX*

* This is an estimate and not a representation of exact tax savings