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We accept credit card and ACH payments.
QSEHRA annual plans require payment at the time of purchase with your renewal occurring on the date of the original purchase each year.
QSEHRA & ICHRA monthly plans are charged for the first month at the time of purchase, with your renewal occurring on the same day each month.
GCHRA monthly plans are charged for the first month at the time of purchase, with your renewal occurring on the first day of each subsequent month.
We don’t believe in hidden fees at PeopleKeep. The only charges that will show up on your invoices are the one-time setup fee when you first purchase a plan, the monthly base fee, and the monthly per-employee fee.
No, we do not prorate annual contracts. If you’re not ready to commit to an annual contract, we recommend starting with the monthly plan and upgrading to an annual plan once you’ve fallen in love with us.
*Annual pricing of $27 per month base fee + $13 per employee, per month available.
†Employee coverage – QSEHRA covers employees in the following coverage scenarios completely tax-free: Individual coverage that meets MEC requirements; Parents' individual policy that meets MEC requirements; Medicare coverage.
QSEHRA covers employees in the following coverage scenarios on a tax-advantaged basis: Uninsured; Individual coverage that does not meet MEC requirements; Parents' individual policy that does not meet MEC requirements; Group coverage through a different employer, spouse's employer, or parent's employer.
‡ Employers can offer a group policy and an ICHRA, but they must be offered to separate employee classes. Employees in the same class cannot be given the choice between the two.