Your active NortonLifeLock Benefits will terminate at 11:59 p.m. on the last day of the month in which your employment with NortonLifeLock terminates.

The Consolidated Omnibus Reconciliation Act (COBRA) extends to you the right to continue, at your own expense, health benefits for you and your covered dependents if you lose coverage due to a "qualifying event," for up to a specified amount of time; in most cases, 18 months. Information about COBRA, including qualifying events, can be found on the Department of Labor's FAQ about COBRA.

Should you choose to continue coverage under NortonLifelock's plan, your coverage or that of your dependent(s) will commence on the first day after your coverage for the regular group health benefits ends. You will be required to pay monthly premiums and a 2% administration fee. Should you become eligible for COBRA, you may elect any or all of the following options:

  • Your current health care program, prescription program, and Employee Assistance Program (EAP) coverage
  • Your current Dental Care Coverage
  • Your current Vision Care Coverage
  • Your Health Care Flexible Spending Account (until the end of the current plan year)
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Eligibility

If you and your eligible dependents are currently covered under NortonLifelock's Health Care plans, you and your eligible dependents, including Domestic Partner, could be eligible to continue coverage in the event you no longer qualify to receive these benefits.

COBRA coverage will terminate if you elect benefits coverage with another employer group health plan. If you elect benefits coverage with another employer group health plan, you will need to notify WageWorks and terminate the NortonLifelock COBRA plans.

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COBRA Rates

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Important Timeframes

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Payments

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COBRA Election

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When will COBRA coverage end?

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Leaving the Company

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