cobra administration


The Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985 (COBRA) requires employers with over 20 employees to offer the option for continued benefit coverage should an employee lose coverage for such things as termination of employment, reduction in hours, divorce, turning age 26, etc. In addition, most states require continuation of coverage for group plans with less than 20 employees.

COBRA is a maze of rules, required notices and procedures that are critical in order to avoid a legal dispute, fines, and penalties. The consequences of non-compliance can be serious. HR Service, Inc. provides highly skilled people to do COBRA implementation and ongoing administration based on proven standards and best practices developed over 20 years of business.

Why Outsource with B3PA?

  • Over 20 Years of Experience

  • Excellent Customer Service

  • Dedicated Account Manager

  • Work with HR Staff & COBRA Participants

  • State-of-the-Art Systems

  • Fast & Accurate Mail Fulfillment

  • 24/7 Access to Online Accounts for COBRA Participants

$1 per eligible participant per month for groups under 100

$0.75 per eligible participant per month for groups over 100

($50 per month minimum)