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People at a meeting Many employers, insurers, agents, brokers and benefit plan administrators have been calling for the use of employer-sponsored “premium-only plan” health coverage purchase arrangements for years. (Photo: Thinkstock)

The administration of President Donald Trump wants to help employers of all sizes use health reimbursement arrangements (HRAs) to give employees cash the employees can use to buy their own individual major medical coverage.

The Trump administration also wants to help employers use HRAs to give employees cash they can use to pay their own short-term health insurance premiums.

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