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Certificate of Creditable Coverage

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When group health insurance ends, the insurance company is required to give you a statement that includes the date your coverage started and the date it ended. This statement is known as a Certificate of Creditable Coverage. 

If a health insurer does not send a certificate, you are allowed to request it any time up to 24 months after the date coverage ended. 

For more information about Certificates of Creditable Coverage, including what to expect to be in a statement and what to do if you do not receive one, click here

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