I was approximately .1% confident that I would be able to actually spend my LP FSA money that rolls over to 2024 since I won't quality for an FSA next year and they're also changing FSA providers. So I just spent the rest of the money on new glasses. 😎
@aaronpk I'm just approaching the age where I can find things to spend it on, so I have maxed out the benefit the last couple of years. Assuming a 33%(ish) effective tax rate, that gives me just under $1000 of additional buying power. But for $500 or so, no, it would most certainly not be worth the hassle of dealing with ASI.
@aaronpk Our insurance told us they were changing FSA providers for next year and that brought me great joy because the old one is so terribly difficult to deal with. It's almost not worth the hassle. Then a couple of weeks ago, they alerted us that there will be no change after all. I'm on a health plan for state employees, so I assume they made the original announcement while the ink was still drying on the new contract and then something fell through at the last minute.