Posts In Insurance
Insurance is essential for scooter riders in Vietnam – and for all riders of two-wheeled vehicles in Asia! Adon Beddoes outlines how having a scooter as your main mode of transport can affect your medical insurance policy in the unfortunate event of an accident.
According to Macmillan Cancer Support, we are more likely to be diagnosed with cancer than to get married. The consequences of cancer are often devastating, and with the rising costs of healthcare dealing with a serious illness can be financially challenging. Dermot Monaghan discusses how you can mitigate these challenges with a solid protection plan.
Infinity's Trevor Keidan is on an insurance roll at the moment, having covered travel and health insurance in previous posts. Now he’d like to turn your attention to life insurance, which is another vital cornerstone of a sound financial plan.
Cyberattacks are increasingly prevalent in the modern world and most people are vulnerable. Infinity's Duncan Taylor discusses the growing need for cyber insurance in a rapidly changing tech landscape.
Travel insurance will cover you against becoming ill or injured during a temporary visit abroad, but it's not a long-term solution for those who choose to settle abroad. Trevor Keidan explains why.
With any kind of insurance there are always the naysayers who believe that it is a waste of money. Infinity's Trevor Keidan has a very different opinion - here is a detailed list of reasons why you should never travel without insurance.
Infinity's Carl Turner answers some of the questions expatriates should ask when looking for medical insurance in Asia.
Being ‘grounded’ due to medical problems is often a pilot’s worst nightmare. Luckily, there is a solution in the form of loss of pilot's licence cover. Infinity's Dermot Monaghan investigates.
Maternity insurance is often overlooked by expats, but it is worth thinking about if you’re a young female - even if pregnancy is off your radar.
Infinity's Sam Barrie takes a look at a specialist insurance product that protects expatriate pilots from the loss of their pilot's licence.
Carl Turner takes a look at the ins and outs of maternity insurance cover for expatriate women.
Infinity's' Carl Turner explains the dangers of not reviewing life cover when you move countries. Vital information for expatriates.
In his debut post, Infinity's Simon Boyle takes a look at a horror story which underlines the crucial importance of health insurance for all expatriates.
Worldwide the number of kidnappings is skyrocketing and, worryingly for expatriates, it is increasingly foreigners, tourists and business travellers that are being targeted. For some expats, particularly in high risk parts of the world, kidnap and ransom insurance is now something to be considered as part of their financial planning.
Infinity's Trey Archer explains the many benefits of little known whole-life insurance policies for children.
Carl Turner takes a look at the importance of having international health insurance in Myanmar.
Infinity's Sam Barrie takes a look at selecting a medical insurance plan and suggests a number of ways to keep premiums affordable.
Nobody can predict what fate has in store but you can protect your family from the unforeseen as Infinity's Trey Archer explains.
Hong Kong consistently ranks among the best places in the world for expatriates to live but it can have a downside. Lynda Calver explains why you neglect to take out critical illness cover at your peril.
Infinity's Sam Barrie takes a look at insurance shortfall and the reasons why many people are vulnerable to the 'protection gap'.
No matter how healthy or lucky you are Infinity's Trey Archer makes a compelling case for all expatriates living in China to have health insurance.
Infinity's Trey Archer takes a look at insurance and examines its role in the financial planning process.
With over 60 years in public service Winston Churchill expressed opinions on many issues and usually in the most eloquent way. Infinity's Trevor Keidan takes a look at his attitude to insurance.
Someone who loses the capacity to earn a living, even temporarily, is robbed of their most valuable asset. Trevor Keidan looks at how severe illness to a family breadwinner can result in financial as well as emotional stress. And how it can be avoided.
The first forms of life insurance were created by the Romans however, as Lynda Calver explains, 2,000 years later the majority of families are still unprotected.
Peace of mind insurance is often misunderstood and under utlised. Paul Dodd takes a look at why so many people do not make use of vital insurances and as a result leave a yawning gap in their financial planning.
Lynda Calver takes a look at life insurance and the issues that affect how much you pay.
Carl Turner takes a look at the state of healthcare in Myanmar and explains why international health insurance is essential for expatriates.
Paul Dodd looks at insurance and the importance of disclosure and the small print.