When debit cards were introduced for flexible spending accounts, many perceived this as a better way to facilitate medical expenses. Unfortunately, things have not always been so effortless, to the detriment of participants and the popularity of the card itself.

However, one expert has some fresh ideas about how the IRS can change the way they substantiate these claims in the hopes of drumming up more confidence around - and utilization of - FSA debit card transactions.

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