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(Bloomberg Business) — The tax advantages of a flexible spending account are well known — they let you sock away as much as $2,550 of your pretax income for doctor bills and other medical costs. Those benefits, though, are offset by one big drawback: Any money unused gets handed over to the employer that administers the plan. That’s a bitter pill to swallow, and may explain why fewer than one in three people use an FSA.

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