The Trump administration has unveiled new options that would help small employers use tax-free accounts to provider health care coverage to their workers, the Associated Press reports.
According to the report, officials looked to expand health reimbursement deals to allow employees to buy individual insurance policies.
While an official announcement was expected some time today (Tuesday, Oct. 23), officials offered a broad look at the proposed regulations Monday night.
Critics of the plan say employers could use health reimbursement arrangements to bump high-cost employees off the corporate plan and push them into the individual marketplace, but the administration has said the regulations would include protections for workers.
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