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HRA, aka Health Reimbursement Account, an employer-funded benefit in the U.S.

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Deciphering my Payroll stub

My employer here in Florida doesn't offer health benefits. However, each pay period (every 2 weeks) they include $150 (untaxed) for me to spend toward health care. Am I required to spend that on ...
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Premium tax credit repayment - below poverty line

So when we where signing up for 2018 healthcare. We estimated we would make enough money to qualify for the APTC...and not to much to not qualify for it..In Colorado in 2018 you had to make above a ...
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Can my employer change my HSA account to a HRA account?

I have a HSA through which my employer gives me $1000 a year. When I turned 65, I decided to bypass Medicare so I could keep my HSA, employer contribution, and my monthly contribution. Now at 67 I am ...
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If I have a high-deductible health plan, is there any reason not to take HRA?

From Wikipedia entry for HRA: "a type of US employer-funded health benefit plan that reimburses employees for out-of-pocket medical expenses" (bold is mine). It sounds too good to be true, but does ...
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What is HSA contribution limit with 75% HRA compensation?

I have HDHP family plan through my employer with $3000 family deductible. My employer also has HRA that covers all my expenses after 750$ and before $3000 (=75% of 3000 deductible). I claimed only $...
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