Insurance in Costa Rica
Dealing with the insurance companies in Costa Rica can be muy complicado even if you speak Spanish and expensive.
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Many of our VIP Members have been delighted with the wide range of affordable insurance products offered by our recommended insurance expert John McGee.
VIP Member Lewis Alongis wrote to us saying: “I just wanted to thank you personally for the email address of John McGee. I just got insurance coverage for myself and also for my girlfriend in Costa Rica. John is a very professional and reliable person and I would recommend him to anyone who needs coverage.”
VIP Member John Ittu wrote to me saying: “Scott-thanks for your recommendation of John McGee for insurance needs. Not only is he fast and thorough, he worked with me over several days to find a reasonably priced medical plan for my wife and I which will greatly aid us in the planning process for a move to Costa Rica. Thanks and I would also highly recommend him to any readers for insurance needs.”
And yes! The Oliver family’s insurance needs are covered by the companies John represents because it’s been my experience that you can rely on John McGee for your insurance requirements.
If you are considering new insurance coverage or your policy is coming due, and would appreciate expert help in choosing what’s best for you, your family and maybe your company, please visit his website here and get a customized insurance quote.
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“My family and many of our VIP Members have been delighted with the wide range of affordable insurance products offered by our recommended insurance expert John McGee.”
Bailing out of the upcoming cold weather and heading South, way South, may be a perfect solution to avoid the winter headaches; however, leaving without having a solid Travel Medical policy or Air Evacuation plan in place can cause you a lot more than shivers and migraines!
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As we begin to enter October 2013, most American Expats are wondering where they fit into this expectation of mandatory medical insurance and if they will have Internal Revenue Issues if they don’t participate with a so-called Qualified or Acceptable medical plan?
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I’m sure all of you have been following the health care debate here in the USA; especially those U.S. expats… Tax the Rich and give to the Poor… kind of like Robin Hood, Right?
I was compelled to do the research and write this article because of the numerous amounts of e-mails I received from U.S. Expats concerned about their Medicare “A”, “B” & “D benefits and how they would apply to them once they reached age 65 and beyond while living outside the United States?