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I've usually been able to burn off several hundred dollars with new glasses, contact lenses, lens supplies, and OTC meds if I needed to.

No can do. Had Lasik about 7 years ago. Maybe the OTC meds are covered. I'll have to check. And the mileage, I'll check on that. Thanks.

also worth asking your regular doctor if there are any age-appropriate tests you need to get done - colonoscopy, mammogram, etc. Those can add up, too.

I actually was already thinking the same which is why I ALREADY reduced the REAL amount in the account ($1495) to arrive at the $1000.

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