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A Guide to Medical Reimbursement Plans

Additional Reading on Medical Reimbursement Plans

Section 105 Medical Reimbursement Plans

Section 105 of the IRS code allows small business owners to pay for medical expenses tax-free. With a Section 105 medical reimbursement plan, an employer can reimburse an employee for medical and insurance expenses. These can be expenses incurred by the employee or his or her dependents, but they must be allowed under the plan document, which is created by the employer and outlines the expenses eligible for reimbursement. >> Read more

What is a Medical Expense Reimbursement Plan (MERP)?

A lot of new health benefits plans have become available to employers in the last few years. Many employers are particularly interested in MERPs or "Medical Expense Reimbursement Plans".  This article provides an overview of MERPs. >> Read more

HRAs, HSAs and FSAs in 2014 - Changes Under Health Reform

The Affordable Care Act (known as ACA, ObamaCare, or health reform) was signed into law in 2010 and impacts many areas of health care and health insurance, including medical reimbursement programs such as HRAs, HSAs, and FSAs. This article provides more information about how HRAs, HSAs, and FSAs are impacted by health reform. >> Read more

Small Business Guide to Section 105 Medical Reimbursement Plans