Where do I send my COBRA Insurance payments?
Generally, the employer will process the monthly premium payments they receive by mail in the form of check or money order, made payable to the employer. In some cases, the employer will use a third-party administrator to help with enrolling and billing. If that’s the case, you will need to work them, as they will become the COBRA Plan Administrator. Also, please note TPAs will tack on a 2% administration fee.
Third-Party Administrators May Have Other Ways To Pay
Though your insurance stays the same on COBRA, how you pay for it is different. Previously, you may have paid for your work insurance with a payroll deduction. When on COBRA continuation, the payment is often mailed in. Though, other methods of payment are available by some COBRA Plan Administrators who provide online accounts for participants.
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