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What is an HRA?
The HRA option comes with a Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) funded by Rockwell Automation. If you enroll in the HRA option, Rockwell Automation will automatically set up and fund your HRA with money you can use to help offset your eligible expenses: $500 for you, $1,000 for you + one and $1,500 for you + family.
Eligible HRA Expenses
You must use the money in your HRA to pay for eligible expenses, including office visits, prescription drugs and hospital expenses. You cannot use your HRA funds for dental or vision expenses.
|Who Owns the Money?|
|Who Can You Use the Money For?|
You, your spouse or domestic partner and your children to age 26 who are enrolled in the plan
|Do the Dollars Roll Over Year to Year?|
|Can You Take the Unused Balance with You?|
|Do You Have to Save Receipts or File With Your Tax Return?|
|Can the Money Earn Interest?|
Find the Tier 1 Provider you need by searching the Choice Plus network. Look for the Tier 1 icon next to a provider’s name.
Using the Money in Your HRA
You can use the money in your Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) to pay for eligible medical expenses for you and your dependents covered by the plan. Eligible expenses include prescription drugs, office visits and hospital expenses. If you do not use all the money in your HRA during the year, the funds roll over to the next plan year if you stay in the HRA option.