The IRS issued voluminous QSEHRA guidance in late 2017, and President Trump’s Executive Order directed the responsible federal agencies to consider expanding HRA flexibility for all employers. What’s new, what’s in the works, and what should employers, service providers, and advisors do now? We’ll consider the public comments on the QSEHRA FAQ guidance, what to expect as the FAQs become regulations, and what the agencies may be considering for HRAs.
By the end of this webinar, you should be able to explain the key aspects of the IRS QSEHRA guidance, including which employers can offer QSEHRAs, which employees can participate, the proof of coverage requirement, and the rules regarding substantiation, reimbursement, and W-2 reporting; describe current limitations on (non-QSEHRA) HRAs under the ACA’s employer payment plan rules; and discuss what regulatory changes the agencies may be considering for HRAs.
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