You cannot reduce or eliminate health coverage in anticipation of a qualifying event. If you do so, the qualified beneficiary may be entitled to the benefit that would otherwise be lost. An across-the-board reduction or elimination of benefits may be seen as being done in anticipation of a qualifying event. In that situation, the law may require you to make coverage available when there is a qualifying event. Carefully document your reasons for reducing or eliminating health coverage benefits.1
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