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How long does my employer have to give me COBRA info?
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Q: I was let go from my job 16 calendar days ago and still have not received any COBRA paperwork. The insurance amount was taken out of my last check, even though I do not need/want the insurance. How long does the company have to get this information to me? Should they have taken the insurance out without asking me?

A: Your employer legally has up to 45 days to get to you the information you need to elect COBRA.

Because you signed up for that health plan with your employer, you would need to speak with them about a refund, and when your coverage ends.

COBRA continuation is very expensive. There are alternatives to COBRA continuation available. Click here for a quote, or call us at 1-877-279-7959 (8am-5pm CST) and we can help you find an alternative plan.

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