- December 14, 2007 at 10:39 pm #254832
I beg to differ, that has never been my experience with any job I left. Health insurance was always active until the end of the month. I always tried to arrange my last day to take advantage of that.
Premiums have been paid, the hassle involved in getting back a pro rated premium is likely to cost signficantly more than just continuing the coverage. Lori.
wrote: With most companies, the benefits end the day your job ends,
it’s the last day you “pay” into the benefits.
— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Lou Ann Newell
> Your insurance should not be cut off on the day you left the
company. You should have until the end of the month at least if not
30 days from termination. Please call your insurance carrier and
You can also have the pharmacy check it for you. Good
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