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Insurance COBRA FAQ
Are you leaving a job that offers a health insurance plan? Whether you're leaving voluntarily or involuntarily, you may be worried about health coverage for you and your family. One law that may be able to provide you protection is called the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA). The ... READ MORE

Employee Benefit Health Care Plans FAQs
Do you have an employee health care plan? Most Americans get their health insurance through their employer. There are many federal laws that protect and regulate your health care benefits. The US Department of Labor provides information about many of these laws and their regulations. Here are answers ... READ MORE

Employees Benefits FAQ
Can I be fired while I'm on disability? Can my employer change the health plan anytime he wants? The new plan doesn't cover nearly as much as the old plan. Does my company have to offer a retirement plan? I am in the middle of a divorce. My soon-to-be ex says he doesn't have to share his pension money. ... READ MORE

Employer Workplace Benefits FAQs
Can I be fired while out on disability? Is my employer required by law to offer paid vacations or time off for holidays? Must an employer make accommodations for a disabled employee? Is my employer required to provide health benefits? What does the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) cover? Does an employer ... READ MORE

COBRA Assistance Program Running Out for Unemployed
Update On May 20, 2010, Representative Sander Levin and Senator Max Baucus introduced the American Jobs and Closing Tax Loopholes Act. If passed, this new law does several things, including: Continue and extend the COBRA subsidy through 2010. Eligible workers get a 65% subsidy for up to 15 months. Also, ... READ MORE

Health Care Reform Changes Open Enrollment
  Open enrollment lets many employees make changes to their employer-provided benefit plans The new health care reform laws will make some things very different in 2010's open enrollment Know what you can do to get the coverage you and your family need   For many workers in the US, early Fall means ... READ MORE

Coca Cola Gets "Popped" with an ERISA Lawsuit
The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) is a federal law that covers most employer-provided retirement and health care plans. Employers have many responsibilities and employees have many rights under ERISA. A 2010 class action lawsuit Coca-Cola shows how some of it works. ... READ MORE

What Is Open Enrollment for Workplace Benefits?
During open enrollment, you can add, drop, or change your employer-provided benefits. ... READ MORE

Disaster Unemployment Assistance
Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA), also referred to as disaster relief and emergency assistance, provides financial assistance to individuals whose employment or self-employment has been lost or interrupted as a result of a disaster that has officially been declared. DUA Eligibility You may qualify ... READ MORE

Disaster Unemployment Compensation
If you have lost your job because of a natural disaster, you may be eligible for unemployment benefits through the Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) program. If you are not in disaster circumstances, you lost your job through no fault of your own, and you have a record of minimum earnings, you may ... READ MORE


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