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Health Reimbursement Account

What is a Health Reimbursement Account?

Health reimbursement accounts are health insurance plans that reimburses employees for qualified medical expenses. Health reimbursement accounts are usually funded by your employer. Health reimbursement accounts reimburses you for qualified medical expenses up to an account balance. Qualified medical expenses can include deductibles, co payments, coinsurance and prescription drug expenses.

Qualified medical expenses include deductibles, co payments, coinsurance and prescription drug expenses. Plus, your employer's plan may include other Qualified medical expenses typically not paid by your health insurance plan.

Health reimbursement accounts are also called health reimbursement arrangements, personal care accounts and HRA.

How much will your employer contribute to your Health Reimbursement Account?

The amount your employer contributes to your health reimbursement account depends on the employer. Your employer sets the contribution schedule for your HRA. This schedule determines how much will be available to you at any given time.

What happens if you do not spend all of the funds in your Health Reimbursement Account?

The amount left over in your health reimbursement account will rollover from year to year as long as your employer offers the program, you remain enrolled, and your balance hasn't reached an account cap.

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