10/27/2021 | Press release | Distributed by Public on 10/27/2021 09:35
From premium payments to cancelled plans, COBRA issues explained
Foster City, CA - October 27, 2021 - Insure.com releases comprehensive guidance to navigating health insurance through COBRA (Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act) for a period after leaving a job.
To give consumers an idea of what issues they may face and how to handle them, the full report is available now: Common COBRA problems and what to do about them.
Problems Insure.com experts address include:
The guide provides answers to frequently asked questions, such as whether an employer can deny COBRRA and how soon coverage starts after leaving a job.
"As a COBRA recipient, it's important to know what to expect in order to avoid putting your coverage at risk," stresses Les Masterson, managing editor for Insure.com. "Our guide details how to handle common health insurance issues so you can continue receiving the health care you need when you leave an employer."
Masterson is available to comment on this report and answer questions about how consumers can find the best insurance companies for health care coverage.
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