click23 wrote:We do not spend quite that much on gas and groceries, and I have a HSA account for prescriptions which is deduced from my check before taxes. For gas and groceries we are close to $10,000 total.
I applied for the BCP last night and got approved for a CL of $2,000. I am going to pay down my outstanding CC balances, request a 3x increase on the BCP card and then wait a month to apply for the Quicksilver card. I know that C1 does not hand out CLI like AmEx does, so I want to get in the best possible shape before I apply for it.
Not sure whether the bank that finances your HSA allows you to reimburse yourself, but I just use my regular CC to pay for medical expenses, and just add a claim to get reimbursed. My bank switched out the CC to a debit only, and half the places I go don't take debit. Ordering checks from them requires me to jump through hoops. So I just decided to just not pay using HSA directly. But turns out it was a good thing, as I get points from my CC spend AND still pay for expenses pre-tax
There's on caveat though. Scan all your receipts, because while the bank doesn't care, the IRS will :P