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An Expat Guide to Term Life Insurance in Singapore

An Expat Guide to Individual Life Insurance in Singapore (Term Life Insurance Singapore) Life Insurance Types In Singapore, there are many types of life insurance, namely, term life insurance, whole life insurance and endowment life insurance from local life insurance companies and international life insurance firms. The most popular type of life insurance in Singapore …

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An Expat Guide to the Healthcare System in Thailand

As an expat residing in Thailand, it is undeniable that there are many things to consider. Thailand’s healthcare system is no exception. Here we have put together a practical checklist on using its healthcare system and what to look out for.  1. Public Hospitals in Thailand  The Universal Coverage Scheme (UCS) is Thailand’s national system of medical insurance which offers expats living …

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What can you do to make your kidneys stronger?

What can you do to make your kidneys stronger? Situated at the bottom of your rib cage on both sides of your spine, your kidneys are multi-functional. Their key functions include removing unwanted impurities from your blood, creating hormones for blood pressure regulation, regulating the creation of red blood cells, controlling levels of salt and potassium in your body and enabling vitamin D to assist …

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An Expat Guide to Healthcare and Health Insurance in Cambodia

The thought of settling in Cambodia as an Expat can be an exciting one and there are many things to consider including what Cambodia’s healthcare system is like. Healthcare in Cambodia is something that every Expat needs to be aware of during their expat life in Cambodia, so here are some important tips on using …

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When Should You Consider Not Buying Outpatient Cover on Your Health Insurance

Outpatient Cover Health Insurance As an expat, having both inpatient and outpatient coverage on your health insurance policy will mean paying a higher premium. Here we will look at the specific occasions in which you might not need to include outpatient coverage on your medical insurance, allowing you to save money along your insurance journey.  1. You and your family have no requirements to regularly visit doctors  …

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Corporate Life Insurance in Myanmar

Your Ultimate Guide to Group Life Insurance in Myanmar

Group Life Insurance in Myanmar Group life insurance in Myanmar is a fast-growing part of employee benefits in the country. As a relatively new type of insurance in Myanmar in comparison to other countries this is now becoming an increasingly popular not just with large corporate companies but also with SME and new start up firms.  Getting the …

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How can employers support working parents

How can employers support working parents?

How can employers support working parents? Keeping existing employees is less costly than hiring new ones, one of the effective ways to help better the employee retention rate is to support working parent employees. It is undeniable that supporting working parents can sometimes be pricey, however, working parents who receive proper support can be some of the most productive …

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Moratorium Underwriting in Health Insurance

Moratorium Underwriting

Insurance Term of the Week: Moratorium Underwriting What is Moratorium Underwriting?  Moratorium Underwriting in health insurance is a process in which you do not need to fill in a medical declaration but instead join on a plan understanding that if you (or your dependents) have experienced symptoms or been treated for a medical condition in a specific time period prior to joining the plan these conditions …

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