Do you have a flex spending account? If you do, and you still have funds left in it, you’re probably trying to think up ways to use up the funds before the end of the year. Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) are a great way to take care of health related purchases throughout the year with tax-free funds set aside from your salary. But the downside is, you have to use it that same year, or you lose it. Some people use their flex spending accounts for prescription meds, for chiropractic visits, and for all sorts of services, but did you know you can also use it for glasses?

A recent press release issued by explains all about Flexible Spending Accounts, and how to maximize their benefit.

“In our business we see many people who have Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs) but don’t understand how to use them in the most beneficial and economical way,” said Dr. Marc Weinstein, CEO of Value Eyecare Network and

By the time December rolls around, many people are busy planning for holidays and end-of-year business wrap-up, and forget all about their FSA. offers a reminder that you can still use your FSA funds on prescription glasses and sunglasses from 39DollarGlasses, and start the New Year off with a fresh pair of eyes. Literally!