Empower Employees with a Flexible Lifestyle Spending Account (LSA) for Family Planning Expenses

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Eligible expenses for family planning

Employers can start from our carefully curated list of expenses, and easily customize this LSA by adding or removing items.


  • Fertility testing (genetic tests, blood work, etc.)

  • Fertility treatment, evaluation, exams, consultation fees

  • Fertility medication / Rx

  • Fertility supplies

  • IUI / IVF (Fertility)

  • Egg / Sperm / Embryo freezing, storage, or banking (Fertility)

  • Fertility nutrition counseling


  • Adoption agency costs

  • Adoption legal fees (agreements, filing, contracts, etc.)

  • International adoption legal fees

  • Travel fees (adoptive or birth parents)

  • Adoption home study costs and supervisory reports

  • Adoption supervisory reports (post placement or adoption)


  • Surrogacy agency fees

  • Legal fees

  • Surrogate base compensation

  • Surrogate’s medical costs

  • Surrogate’s lifestyle expenses (maternity clothes, meals, etc)

  • Egg, sperm, or embryo donation or harvesting fee and freezing / storage / banking fees


Learn more about LSAs

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Should Employers Consider Adding Lifestyle Spending Accounts as an Employee Benefit?

Lauren Hargrave · June 6, 2023 · 10 min read

The benefits to offering employees an LSA are wide ranging and will vary depending on the demographic makeup of your workforce. These accounts help to support remote workers, employees from different socioeconomic backgrounds, and employees at different life stages, such as starting their career or starting a family.

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Empowering Your Workforce with a Lifestyle Spending Account

Lauren Hargrave · July 3, 2023 · 7 min read

You can incorporate employee empowerment and wellness into your company ethos by offering a Lifestyle Spending Account (LSA). An LSA signals to employees that the company not only supports their wellness (physical, mental, and financial) but it also believes employees are the ones who can best make decisions about what they need. It empowers them to take their wellness journeys into their own hands.

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Designing an LSA Program: Best Practices for Employers

Lauren Hargrave · July 11, 2023 · 7 min read

LSAs are a relatively new type of benefit so many employers and employees alike aren’t as familiar with them other types of benefits. LSAs are essentially an allowance an employer gives its employees to spend on predetermined everyday expenses. The account is fully funded by the employer and employees pay income taxes on the amount they use.


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