What happens to my benefits, such as health insurance, when I quit my job?

Find out what happens to your benefits, such as health insurance, when you quit and how best to prepare for the transition.

When you quit your job, your employer-provided benefits, such as health insurance, will typically be terminated.

This means that you will no longer be covered by your employer's health insurance plan and will need to find alternative coverage.

Some employers may offer continuation of coverage through the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA), which allows you to temporarily continue your existing health insurance coverage at your own expense.

Whether or not you are eligible for COBRA will depend on the specific terms of your employer's plan and applicable laws.

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