The Treasury Department said Wednesday it will delay enforcement of an Affordable Care Act prohibition relating to standalone health reimbursement arrangements until July 1.

A standalone HRA is an employer-provided benefit that offers participants a spending account to reimburse them for qualified medical expenses. However, in light of the ACA’s ban against health plans with an annual dollar limit on essential benefits, standalone HRAs have been deemed impermissible.

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