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They put in a generous amount that scales depending on how many dependents you have on the account. The only annoying thing is that you have to keep itemized receipts in case the FSA wants to have a look and make sure you are buying only things that the FSA is intended to cover. As far as I can tell, the FSA won't work at retailers that don't usually stock things you would buy on an HSA, like at a pet store, however it is possible to use it to purchase something like dog food in the same transaction as you are doing while picking up your prescription at a drugstore pharmacy, which is why they ask you keep detailed receipts. The HSA doesn't spam you with audit requests or anything. In fact I don't know of anyone that has ever been audited, however it can be annoying to wait at places like a chiropractor while they try to set up their receipt to actually say that the charge was for a co-pay.