SPOTLIGHT: Federal subsidy boosts COBRA enrollment

New research by benefits consultants Hewitt Associates has concluded that COBRA enrollments have doubled since the U.S. government began subsidizing them through the stimulus package. From March to June of this year, monthly COBRA enrollment rates for those eligible for the subsidy hit 38 percent on average, up from 19 percent for September 2008 through February 2009. Article

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