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We’ll help your people find insurance


If your employees need step-by-step help with purchasing insurance, we can connect them to our partner Stride Health.


Which types of insurance premiums are eligible for reimbursement?

  • Health insurance policies purchased via ACA (Obamacare) exchanges
  • Dental insurance policies
  • Vision insurance policies
  • ACA-compatible policies purchased directly from insurance carriers
  • Medicare and Medicaid
  • Short-term medical insurance
  • Long-term care insurance
  • Retiree benefit insurance


Can an employee be reimbursed for an insurance premium when he or she is not the primary policy holder?

Yes, if:

  • The premium is not already being paid for on a pretax basis, and
  • the primary policy holder is their spouse or dependent.


Which types of policies and insurance alternatives aren’t eligible for reimbursement?

  • Direct care
  • Health care sharing ministries, e.g., Medi-Share
    • Note: Dues are not reimbursable, but expenses are reimbursable on a taxable basis.
  • Accidental, critical illness, or indemnity insurance
  • Parents’ individual or company-provided insurance
    • Note: These premiums are not reimbursable, but employees covered by a parent's insurance can still be reimbursed for eligible medical expenses on a pretax basis.
  • Indian health services 


Explore our medical expense eligibility tool.