Employer Checklist: 2023 COBRA Administration Compliance

Administering COBRA can be difficult, not to mention costly, if done incorrectly.

The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA) is a federal law that requires specific group health plans to offer continuation coverage to qualified employees, spouses, and dependent children. Defending against COBRA-related lawsuits is remarkably expensive and unfavorable to employers. Reduce your risk by ensuring you are up to date and understand the latest COBRA responsibilities.


What's Inside

  • Federal COBRA compliance responsibilities, including specifics about when COBRA must be offered
  • State continuation laws, often referred to as “mini-COBRA” laws, that may apply to group health plans
  • Breakdown of qualifying events, necessary type of coverage provided, maximum coverage period and more.
COBRA-related lawsuits can cost employers anywhere from$100,000 - $1 million. The bottom line, it pays to get COBRA administration right.

Source: SHRM

Ensure your business and people are protected.

Discover employer compliance responsibilities for federal COBRA by downloading the checklist.