Health insurance helps pay for your healthcare costs when you get injured, sick or disabled. It is important to be aware about the types of coverage you have, to ascertain whether it is adequate for your current and future healthcare needs.
While it is crucial to have sufficient coverage to protect your company’s assets, it is also important for you to make sure you are not spending more than necessary on your insurance.
When looking for car insurance, we often look for the cheapest deal – but is the cheapest deal always the best one? While it is wise to be financially prudent, we have to be careful and not short change ourselves in other aspects, such as the protection of your vehicle and yourself. Here are three key factors to consider before buying your car insurance.
The loss, compromise or theft of electronic data can have a negative impact on a business, including the loss of customers and revenue. Cyber liability coverage is important to protect businesses against the risk of cyber events, including those associated with terrorism.
Running a business is not without risks. Therefore, it is important for SMEs to understand the various business insurance to better protect our assets, liabilities and employees from the risks associated with operating a business.
Many people are unaware of the differences between an insurance broker and agent. There are actually many fundamental differences between insurance broker and agent, and that determine the kind of services and insurance products you can expect from each of them.
Do you employ any local staff with less than $2,600 monthly salary, or work permit or S-Pass holder in Singapore? Read on to learn about important changes regarding mandatory employee insurance in 2020.
Before you embark on finding the health insurance you need in Singapore, here are 5 quick things you need to know.
It might be worthwhile to shop around and compare your 50% “NCD protected” renewal premium, against other insurers who are offering you only 20% discount.
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