Contributed Articles Tagged 'expatriates'

Explaining Expatriate Health Insurance Coverage and Benefits

Explaining Expatriate Health Insurance Coverage and Benefits

Contributed by International Citizens, 14 October, 2016

Finding the right health insurance that covers your expatriate lifestyle is important when relocating to any new country. It will ensure that all aspects of your new life are protected and that you have the health coverage you need to properly... Read Full Article »

Tags: agreements | Other | Sports | individuals | expatriates | Insurance | regulation | law | services | insurance

 

Choosing the Right Expat Health Insurance: 5 things to consider

Choosing the Right Expat Health Insurance: 5 things to consider

Contributed by Cigna Global, 04 October, 2016

When relocating to a new country, ensuring that healthcare will be available for you and your family is a must. That's why a good health cover is important no matter where you are, but what factors should you consider when choosing a policy... Read Full Article »

Tags: expatriates | Insurance | regulation | services | public health | insurance

 

5 Reasons why expats choose International Health Plans

5 Reasons why expats choose International Health Plans

Contributed by Cigna Global, 30 August, 2016

When relocating to a new country, it's important to secure peace of mind in as many aspects of your new life as possible; and ensuring that healthcare will be available for you and your family is a must... Read Full Article »

Tags: Health Insurance | expatriates | Insurance | services | public health | insurance | health care

 

Expat Adjustment Survey

Expat Adjustment Survey

Contributed by Angelica Manrique, 29 June, 2016

My name is Angélica Manrique and I am a student at the University of Paderborn. As part of my Bachelor’s thesis, I am conducting a study, which deals with the effect that cultural distance may have on the adjustment of expatriates... Read Full Article »

Tags: expatriates | employees

 

Incentives for investing/relocating in Cyprus

Incentives for investing/relocating in Cyprus

Contributed by Fiducenter, 30 July, 2015

As part of its effort to attract foreign high net worth individuals as well as to attract qualified individuals to relocate and work in the country, either on their own or as part of a group structuring/reorganisation, Cyprus offers some very attractive incentives... Read Full Article »

Tags: agreements | business | interest | Investment | Tax | Invest | Investment | Treaties | Capital Gains | Citizenship | individuals | expatriates | investment | Cyprus | Luxembourg | trusts | law | services | construction | fees | tax

 

The most expensive steak and chips in the world? For this diner's insurer it was.

The most expensive steak and chips in the world? For this diner's insurer it was.

Contributed by APRIL International UK, 03 June, 2015

Planning a move to work abroad, especially to a frontier country such as Iraq and you would be foolish to leave home without comprehensive international health insurance. You’d want to check for emergency evacuation cover... Read Full Article »

Tags: expatriates | Jordan | Iraq | insurance | food

 

Living and Working in Oman: A Guide For All Expat Job-Seekers

Living and Working in Oman: A Guide For All Expat Job-Seekers

By Anshuman Kukreti, 26 March, 2015

Oman- one of the leading global destinations amongst the countries in the Middle East, is rapidly becoming one of the hub nations to harbor expatriates from all across the globe. The country which stands at an estimated GDP of nearly... Read Full Article »

Tags: interest | Economy | Work | Middle East | Employment | expatriates | employees | Oman | law | banking | environment | social security

 

Timing lousy, prognosis good. How Nick Robinson's words are increasingly applying to more and more cancer sufferers.

"Timing lousy, prognosis good." How Nick Robinson's words are increasingly applying to more and more cancer sufferers.

Contributed by APRIL International UK, 10 March, 2015

The ink had barely dried on a new paper published by Cancer Research in the UK in February announcing that one in two people will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime, when the BBC’s political editor, Nick Robinson, revealed he... Read Full Article »

Tags: expatriates | Switzerland | insurance | environment

 

The cautionary tale of Lee Johnston and Katie Amos: Starting a family without insurance can be costly

The cautionary tale of Lee Johnston and Katie Amos: Starting a family without insurance can be costly

Contributed by APRIL International UK, 04 February, 2015

If history is a good guide, this year’s batch of expatriates will begin planning their departure from the UK about now. Having found a job, a place to live and rented or sold their UK home that, for many, will be the extent of... Read Full Article »

Tags: Healthcare | Europe | Middle East | Healthcare | expatriates | insurance | fees

 

Planning a move abroad to work in 2015? Don't forget your healthcare, advises APRIL International UK

Planning a move abroad to work in 2015? Don't forget your healthcare, advises APRIL International UK

Contributed by APRIL International UK, 19 January, 2015

It's that time of the year when planning for the New Year may well include planning a move abroad for those who are lucky enough to be able to build a career outside of the UK... Read Full Article »

Tags: business | expatriates | private healthcare | insurance

 

 




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