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NASE Asks For HRA Reprieve for 2015


The NASE along with the Council for Affordable Health Coverage, National Association for Home Builders, and the National Federation of Independent Business, asked congressional leaders to consider including language championed by Congressman Blackburn (R-TN) that would "prohibit the application of certain health insurance market requirements (no lifetime or annual limits and coverage of preventive health services) for Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRAs) and similar accounts used by a small employer in 2015."

The NASE hopes that this "stop gap" measure could be included in upcoming legislation that would fund the federal government and allow for the NASE and other partners to fully repeal the Departments of Treasury, Health and Human Services, and Labor's Technical Release No. 2013-03 that significantly restricted the use of health reimbursement arrangements by small employers. 

Read the letter to Speaker Boehner and Minority Leader Pelosi

Read the NASE's Fact Sheet on the Technical Release No. 2013-03

NASE in Action Keith Hall

Keith Hall

NASE National Tax Advisor

Plain Language in Paperwork – The Benefits to Small Business

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NASE in Action Scott Scribner

Scott Scribner

NASE Member

Testifies before the House Small Business Committee Regarding Regulatory Burdens on Small Firms

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NASE in Action Michael Beene

Michael Beene

NASE Senior Health Advisor

Testifies before the House Small Business Committee Regarding Health Care Reform.

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Courtesy of NASE.org
https://www.nase.org/nase-in-action/advocacy/2014/12/10/nase-asks-for-hra-reprieve-for-2015