Question of the Week

Posted by BAS - 28 June, 2018

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Q.- When do we have to offer someone the right to continue their health coverage under COBRA?

A.- If your plan is subject to the federal COBRA laws, the right to a COBRA election should be offered to those covered under the health plan upon the following events:

  • Termination of a covered employee’s employment for reasons other than gross misconduct;
  • A reduction of a covered employee’s hours of employment that causes a loss of health coverage;
  • A divorce or legal separation from a covered employee;
  • Ceasing to be a dependent child under the terms of the plan;
  • The covered employee becoming entitled to Medicare and losing eligibility for group health coverage; and
  • An employer’s bankruptcy in the case of retiree plans.

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