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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

The federal COBRA law requires Michigan companies who employee 20 or more workers to offer a continuation of their group health plan benefits if that insurance would end due to voluntarily quitting your job, getting fired or laid off, retire before eligible for...

How Idaho Handles COBRA Health Insurance

The COBRA act gives any worker the right to continue group health insurance coverage in the event they leave the company due to career change or layoffs. COBRA protects workers from the prospect of being uninsured. By allowing for this extension that gives a departing...

Georgia and the COBRA Insurance Act

The Federal Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) allows retiring employees, or those who lose coverage due to quitting a job or reduced work hours, to continue group coverage for a limited period of time. This also applies to their dependents who...

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