Hi folks, I received a letter saying that my previous employer is going through their annual open enrollment period, and that since I am on COBRA I have the choice to change my coverage.
I know that I can drop COBRA anytime but it doesn’t always count as a “qualifying event”. Can this enrollment period be considered as a “qualifying event” so that my wife and I can move from my COBRA insurance to her company’s insurance plan? Also note that I am going through open enrollment at my current company as well (but I didn’t take their insurance since I chose to be on my previous employer’s insurance on COBRA).
Cant answer your question but I do have to say this is the 1st time I have ever heard someone chosing COBRA over an employer sponsored insurance.
I think the answer you’re looking for is what is allowed during open enrollment?
Almost anything that you would have been allowed to do when either of you started new work and did initial benefits enrollment.
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