Make Sure Your Business is Compliant with COBRA
Businesses with twenty or more employees are usually required to offer their employees COBRA health benefits and notify these employees of the availability of the coverage.
Common Questions about COBRA
- To whom should I be offering COBRA?
- What happens if I don’t offer COBRA?
- What are the penalties if I am not offering COBRA sufficiently?
COBRA rules and actions are a regular part of any IRS business audit. At Glynn Griffing and Associates, we know that one error can result in huge financial penalties. Every COBRA detail must be handled precisely from the inception of the plan.
Glynn Griffing and Associates can handle these tasks and keep you compliant with one of the federal government’s most stringent laws. We have trained COBRA administrators dedicated to keeping your COBRA plan compliant and to giving you peace of mind.
Are you an employer who needs to offer COBRA health benefits and maintain compliance? We’re experts ready to help. Contact us today.