Is COBRA Administration squeezing the life out of your HR department?

Take the COBRA/Wisconsin Continuation Compliance Quiz

  1. Do you know qualified beneficiaries may be required to receive 11 different COBRA notifications?
  2. Do you know if your company is subject to COBRA regulations or Wisconsin Continuation regulations?
  3. Are you aware of different regulations that apply to COBRA and State Continuation?
  4. Do you know the time frames required by DOL for initial notices (now called general notices?
  5. Are you aware of the COBRA Medicare extensions?
  6. Do you keep up with the DOL federal regulations and the IRS revenue changes? (Final regulation in Federal Register Volume 69, Number 102 dated 05/26/03 for example)
  7. Do you have an employee election notice? If you have one, does it include the 15 specific provisions that are required?
  8. Are you aware of the penalties if you fail to comply?
    1. IRS penalty of $100 per day for single coverage, $200 per day for family coverage
    2. ERISA penalty of $110 per person per day with no family maximum
    3. Attorney fees
    4. Court costs
    5. Damages
    6. Payment of qualified beneficiary medical bills to make them “whole”

If you answered "no" to any of these questions, you may benefit from a new affordable way to take away the worry of COBRA Administration offered to clients of The Starr Group! 

Business Insurance, workers Comp, Liability, Business Auto, Errors & Omissions

Group Benefits, Wellness, Employee Benefits, Health Insurance

Home and Auto, Home Owners, Umbrella


The Starr Group is not only a great disaster response company, as we found out with the Microburst in July of 2010 when we sustained major roof damage, but they also provide a function that will help your company internally with expertise in human resources, OSHA requirements, and team building.

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