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 I have to quit my current job. Will I be eligible for COBRA and ARRA?

Answer Not all employers are subject to the COBRA law (employers with fewer than 20 employees generally aren’t), but if your employer is subject to COBRA then, yes, you will be able to enroll in COBRA. ... Read More »
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Living in Ct - currently on cobra - is ex-wife responsible for paying half of children's current cobra premium?

Answer What does your Judgement for Divorce say?when your COBRA expires
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Are retirees eligible for COBRA?

Yes, retirees are eligible for COBRA; however, exceptions and conditions may apply. COBRA (Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act) provides certain former employees, retirees, spouses, form... Read More »
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How long is an individual eligible for Cobra?

Typically, an individual is eligible to continuing receiving COBRA for 18 months after a qualifying event like a lay off. In some cases, the U.S. government can extend the amount of time that recip... Read More »
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Is COBRA available to employees who quit?

COBRA (Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act) benefits may be available to you after quitting your job if you were enrolled in the health plan before you quit. Employers with 20 employees ... Read More »
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