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213(d) of title 26: New IRS Rule Has Pros and Cons for Direct Primary Care

June 19, 2020 | By MZQ Consulting, LLC.

We told you that SOMEDAY we would write a blog post again that didn’t focus on the coronavirus. As it turns out, Day #102 is our lucky day! What caused the deviation from mandatory health plan changes, tax credits, and PPP nonsense? Why a proposed regulation to expand the definition of qualified medical expenses. The good news is the measure would let employers reimburse direct primary care fees and other health insurance arrangements through health reimbursement arrangements (HRA). The bad news is it makes it almost impossible to both participate in a direct primary care (DPC) program and:

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SOURCE: https://www.mzqconsulting.com/blog/new-irs-rule-has-pros-and-cons-for-direct-primary-care

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