Receipt for HSA/FSA Claim


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You MAY be able to claim electronic hearing protection on your FSA/HSA. This will ultimately depend on your insurance provider and plan details, over which we obviously have no control, but many have had success with this.

You’ll first need something called a “Letter of Medical Necessity” or “LMN” from your doctor to claim reimbursement with most benefits providers to ensure that the hearing protection is necessary for the treatment of a medical condition. This letter must outline how an account holder’s medical condition necessitates the purchase of ear protection, how these items will be used to alleviate the issue and how long the treatment will last. If additional treatment will be required outside of the current plan year, another LMN might be requested to cover the duration of the product’s use.

One critical variable we can help with is that insurance companies are less likely to take reimbursement claims from something gunny or tactical-sounding, so we also operate this business under the registered trade name (DBA) of South Coast Medical & Safety Supply.

I’m not technically advanced enough yet to automatically generate a receipt with that branding on top, but if you add this item to cart with your purchase of an eligible product, I’ll manually process and send you a receipt with that branding on it instead. This is a manual process, so it won’t be immediate.

Note: We cannot process FSA/HSA cards directly (lots of boring fine print there) so you’ll need to pay with your regular card or paypal, then submit the receipt for reimbursement.

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