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Expert Opinion: HRA Expansion Boosts Concierge Medical Care

In the latest of a series of guidance that generally expands the availability and use of health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs), the IRS recently proposed regulations dealing with direct primary care arrangements. More commonly known as “concierge care,” a direct primary care arrangement allows an individual and a primary care physician enter a contract to cover the cost of medical care for a fee (without the involvement of a traditional third-party insurance company).



RELATED INSIGHT | Proposed Rule | Regulations.gov
Certain Medical Care Arrangements | Posted by the Internal Revenue Service on Jun 10, 2020 https://beta.regulations.gov/document/IRS-2020-0016-0001

RELATED INSIGHT | Submit a public comment about the proposed rule by the deadline, Monday, August 10.

Submit Comment Here https://beta.regulations.gov/comment/IRS-2020-0016-0001


With interest in concierge care growing amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the regulations could have a wide-ranging effect for clients interested in concierge care — they affect the medical expense deduction, availability of HRA reimbursements and eligibility for HSA participation.


SOURCE: https://www.thinkadvisor.com/2020/07/28/hra-expansion-boosts-concierge-medical-care/

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