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The Step by Step Guide to setting up AND administering a QSEHRA

Have you been considering establishing an HRA for your business but don't know where to start? Perhaps you have heard about the new HRA rules Congress put in place for 2017. If you are a small business owner, this is the guide you have been waiting for.

 

Our new eBook will take you step by step through implementing and self-administering a new Qualified Small Employer Health Reimbursement arrangement. From designing your plan to administration, this guide provides a clear overview of how to implement and self-administer a QSEHRA.

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Employer's Tax Savings Calculator

A small plan with five employees and a $500 allowance can save a business $2,200 in payroll taxes, save employees $12,000 in payroll and income taxes and allow an employer a $30,000 expense deduction for employee benefits.

 

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