The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985 (COBRA) is a law passed by the U.S. Congress that, among other things, mandates an insurance program which gives some employees the ability to continue health insurance coverage after leaving employment.
- I’m A New Employee - Why Did I Get COBRA Information Now?
- I’m A New Employee - Do I Need To Do Anything After I Received The COBRA Information?
- I’m Leaving MMSD - How Do I Enroll In COBRA?
- Is There A Deadline For Enrolling?
- When Will I Receive My COBRA Information?
- Why Did My Family And I Receive So Many COBRA Letters?
- What Is The Cost Of COBRA Insurance?
- How Long Can I Continue My Insurance?
- How Do I Make Payments For My COBRA Insurance Plan?
- Are There Other Options Besides COBRA Continuation Coverage?
- Can I Extend The Length Of COBRA Continuation Coverage?
- What Is The Health Insurance Marketplace?
- When Can I Enroll In Marketplace Coverage?
- If I Enroll In COBRA Continuation Coverage, Can I Switch To Marketplace Coverage Or Vice Versa?
- Can I Enroll In Another Group Help Plan?
- What Factors Should I Consider When Choosing A Coverage Option?
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