Frequently Asked Questions

What is an HRA?
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A health reimbursement account (HRA) is a reimbursement account set up and funded solely by your employer to cover eligible healthcare expenses.. 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. The most common use of an HRA is to help offset deductible expenses under an HDHP.

Check with your HR department for additional details regarding your plan.