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How Missouri State Continuation Works With COBRA Insurance

The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) applies to groups with 20 or more full-time employees who work at least 50% of business hours. COBRA allows an employee the right to continue insurance under the group health plan for a period of 18 months...

How Michigan Handles COBRA Health Insurance Law

In the United States, workers and their families that have employer-sponsored group health insurance have the right to continue that insurance if it were to stop due to job loss or a change in the immediate family. This right is protected by the Federal COBRA Act that...

Massachusetts’ COBRA and Mini-COBRA Laws

In the United States, workers and their families that have employer-sponsored group health insurance have the right to continue that insurance if it were to stop due to job loss or a change in the immediate family. This right is protected by the Federal COBRA Act that...

How Kentucky Handles COBRA Continuing Insurance Coverage

Workers who have a special qualifying event for COBRA, like retirement, job loss or changes in the immediate family, the federal COBRA law allows employees enrolled in a group health plan the option of keeping it. The employer requirement under federal COBRA is they...

How Kansas Handles COBRA Health Insurance

Under the COBRA (Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act) federal law Kansas residents can continue, subject to duration limits, health coverage from a prior employer. The Federal COBRA Act allows retiring employees, or those who lose coverage due to quitting a...

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