An HRA is a reimbursement account set up and funded by your employer to cover eligible healthcare expenses as defined in the HRA Summary Plan Document. Unlike a healthcare FSA where the IRS defines the eligible services, your employer defines the services eligible for reimbursement from an HRA. Typically, an employer will reimburse deductible, coinsurance and copay expenses from your HRA but not services such as medical, dental or over the counter drugs. An HRA can also cover all or a portion of your prescription drug expenses. Check your employer’s HRA Summary Plan Document to see what types of services are covered under the HRA being offered by your employer.

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Is the HSA Contribution Limit an Annual or Monthly Limit?

Is the HSA Contribution Limit an Annual or Monthly Limit?

QUESTION: How does the general contribution limit for HSAs work? It is often stated as an annual limit, but isn’t ...
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