Question: How Long Can You Be On Cobra In California??

36 months

Can Cobra coverage be extended?

If you qualify, then you and your family may extend your COBRA coverage for an additional 11 months, but you may be required to pay up to 150% of the premium cost for those additional 11 months. A spouse or dependant may extend the COBRA continuation period to a maximum of 18 months under certain circumstances.

How long can you stay on Cobra?

18 months

Can I get Cobra if I quit my job?

After you quit or lose a job, you can temporarily continue your employer-sponsored health insurance coverage through a federal law known as COBRA. You can elect COBRA for you and your family if you otherwise would lose coverage because: You quit your job. You were fired, unless it was for “gross misconduct.”

Does California have mini Cobra?

Cal-COBRA is a California health coverage protection. It is not health coverage. Cal-COBRA requires employers with 2 to 19 employees to provide their employees (and their dependents) the right to continue health insurance coverage after a qualifying event occurs.

How much is cobra insurance in California?

You get paid twice per month, so your portion of the monthly premiums is $250. Your employer contributes $400 per month toward your health insurance premiums, so the total cost of your job-based health plan is $650 per month. To figure the 2 percent service charge, multiply that $650 monthly premium by 0.02.

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