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You're required to be given the choice to continue in the new plan, and you are required to be given the same choices as a current employee would have - i.e., if they offer 3 plans in Open Enrollment, you can pick whichever you wish (you'll have to pay the full COBRA amount, of course). See this FAQ from the Department of Labor (emphasis mine): Q5: Under ...


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The answer to can you keep your current employer sponsored medical plan via COBRA and still participate in your new employer’s other benefits, probably. Bundling medical with other benefits is pretty unusual, as long as neither plan is bundled you can do this. It’s important to remember when calculating the numbers, COBRA premiums are after tax dollars ...


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I've worked for large and small companies across the US over the last 20 years. Every one of them has medical as a separate enrollment from all other benefits. Meaning, you can elect to have no medical coverage but elect to have dental and vision coverage. At my current firm I hired someone who was on their prior firm's COBRA. Similar to you, they wanted ...


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