Under a federal law enacted in 2016 known as the 21st Century Cures Act, Congress created a special kind of HRA for small businesses called a QSEHRA (Qualified Small Employer Health Reimbursement Arrangement). A QSEHRA allows business owners without a small group health plan to reimburse employees tax-free for individual health insurance premiums and medical expenses. In this course, we’ll unpack the details of the QSEHRA guidelines and rules, the financial and time-saving benefits for small businesses, and how easy it is for you to implement QSEHRA for your small business clients.
Elyse Munselle is the Director of Client Success at Take Command Health. She manages the clients on Take Command Health’s platform and helps with operations, sales, partnerships, and support. She enjoys the opportunity to help small business navigate the complex world of insurance and dig into the details of the QSEHRA tax code. Before joining Take Command Health, she worked as a financial fraud analyst, a commercial loan underwriter, and most recently the director of underwriting and operations at a startup FinTech company called Able Lending. She has a BA in Finance from Texas A&M University.
Ryan Thanos is the Director of Sales at Take Command Health. She leads the communication with all small business prospects, educates them on QSEHRA and its benefits, and guides them on enrolling in Take Command Health’s services. Ryan also oversees and manages channel partner relationships and supports marketing efforts to drive awareness about the Take Command Health platform. She’s passionate about sharing why QSEHRA is an ideal solution for small businesses to offer tax-free health reimbursement benefits to their employees. Ryan has over 10 years of experience working in Sales from Tech startups, Energy, Advertising, Education, the Arts and currently Healthcare. Ryan has a B.A. in Communication Studies and Art History from Vanderbilt University.