Are you an expat in need of insurances, but don’t know where to start? Please read our insurance guides to find the right policies for your requirements.
Life insurance, for all the complex types of cover and policies, may simply be defined as a written contract between an individual or individuals and an insurance company, whereby the insurance company pays out (in return for premiums) in the event of a death or deaths.
One of the essentials before committing to a life overseas is ensuring that you have all of the necessary insurance to cover you against emergencies. There are several different types of insurance product that will be required upon emigrating.
Income Protection Insurance
Income Protection Insurance Income protection insurance is an essential type of insurance for most individuals, but many people fail to act until it is too late. Nowadays most people are able to take out income protection insurance, read more…
Mortgage Protection Insurance
Mortgage Protection Insurance Guide A large amount of UK homeowners never consider mortgage payment protection insurance (MPPI) when taking out their home loan. Although MPPI is not compulsory it should be a priority for anyone with a mortgage.
Landlords Insurance Explained Many different landlord insurance policies available, with cover usually falling into three main categories: landlord building insurance, landlord house insurance and landlord contents insurance. Policies can be taken out whereby a combination of all or some are included, but it generally depends on the provider.
Accident,Sickness & Unemployment (ASU) Insurance
Accident, Sickness and Unemployment Insurance Explained Accident, sickness and unemployment insurance is designed to provide you with protection and to cover your income or mortgage payments should you be unable to work in the UK as a result of an accident or illness.