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FAQs about COBRA | PA Employee Benefits

Abridged from www.dol.gov Question: Who is entitled to continuation coverage under COBRA? In order to be entitled to elect COBRA continuation coverage, your group health plan must be covered by COBRA; a qualifying event must occur; and you must be a qualified beneficiary for that event. Plan Coverage – COBRA covers group health plans sponsored … Continued

How to Calculate Cobra Insurance | Benefits Specialist Duncansville

www.livestrong.com Losing your job can result in losing more than income—you may also lose employer-sponsored health coverage. To help unemployed, uninsured Americans at risk for financial ruin in the event of a medical emergency, Congress in 1985 enacted the Consolidated Omnibus Reconciliation Act, also called COBRA. COBRA requires certain employers to allow former employees the … Continued

COBRA and the Affordable Care Act | Pennsylvania Employee Benefits

By Danielle Capilla Chief Compliance Officer at United Benefit Advisors The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) requires employers to offer covered employees who lose their health benefits due to a qualifying event to continue group health benefits for a limited time at the employee’s own cost. COBRA provisions are found in the Employee Retirement … Continued

Negotiating over COBRA Coverage – Use EXTREME CAUTION! | PA Benefits Broker

By Elizabeth Kay, Compliance & Retention Analyst AEIS Advisors A UBA Partner Firm Have you ever overheard the new employee in the break room, bragging about how good their health insurance was with their previous employer, and how much less expensive it was than the coverage they are currently being offered? You may think ”If … Continued

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