The court opined that the $100 in wages paid every month were merely a component of the medical expense reimbursements.
What does MER stand for?
MER stands for Medical Expense Reimbursement
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- Maximum Efficient Rate
- Maximum Error Rate
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- Mechanical Equipment Room
- Media Efficiency Ratio (advertising)
- Medicaid Estate Recovery (est. 1995)
- Medical Education and Research (exam)
- Medical Education Resources (Littleton, Colorado)
- Medical Evidence of Record (US SSA)
- Medical Examiner's Report (insurance)
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This type of plan goes by various names, including Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA), Medical Expense Reimbursement Plan (MERP), Defined Contribution Plan, etc.
Medical Expense Reimbursement Plans: Beginning in 2014, the deductible on small group plans will be limited to $2,000 for an individual and $4,000 for a family unless contributions are offered to offset higher amounts.
Insurance and medical expense reimbursements are where the real tax savings can be found.
Medical Expense Reimbursement Account (MRA): money set aside before taxes to pay for eligible medical care expenses not met through other benefits.
Medical Expense Reimbursement Accounts Medical expense reimbursement accounts are used to reimburse employees for out-of-pocket medical and dental costs allowed by the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) and regulations.
By utilizing a specially drafted Medical Expense Reimbursement Plan companies can save upwards of 50% on their health insurance costs without cutting benefits and without laying off a single employee.
They are: the itemized deduction for unreimbursed medical expenses under section 213(a), employee-provided medical expense reimbursements under section 105(b), employer-provided coverage under an accident or health plan under section 106(a), distributions from health savings accounts and Archer medical savings accounts, and certain fringe benefits that qualify as no-additional-cost services or qualified employee discounts under section 132(a).