By Howard Borsden, Financial Advisor
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – No longer is International Private Medical Insurance purely for expatriates. An ever-increasing amount of businesses are sending employees on assignments abroad for a shorter time period, such as 3-6 months.
Traditional Travel Insurance often covers you abroad for up to a period of ninety days, but any longer than this and there is a serious shortfall. Travel Insurance is in no way comprehensive enough to fill this gap should any medical emergency, or need for medical evacuation, arise.
All employers should be aware of the need for International Private . . .