Unexpected death is commonplace the world over, and more often than not, many of these people die prematurely, and with insufficient life insurance cover.
Your death could leave your family financially vulnerable. Nothing can replace you, but money provided at the right time will ensure that your family will be financially secure without you.
- Do you have enough life insurance to provide your family with a mortgage free home?
- Do you have enough life insurance for your children to attend private college or university?
- Do you have enough life insurance to replace your income for your family before you reach retirement?
- Have you enough life insurance to replace your retirement income for the benefit of your family?
Expatriates, particularly in South East Asia, have a lot more to lose than a domestic employee. With expat packages boasting housing, schooling, transport and other such luxuries, the question needs to be asked, what will happen when the expat is removed from the equation? All is lost which more often than not puts families in a very dreadful position. Hence the need for life insurance for expatriates is far greater.
To first get on the path of protecting your family, fill in the form to receive a quotation.
“Expatriates often overlook the need for life insurance as they have bought some before they became an expat. More often than not, domestic policies are not designed for expats who continually moving country or living in countries deemed ‘dangerous’ by insurance companies and therefore are not covered and wasting money on premiums that may lead to claims being denied.”
– Paul Beale, CEO of GMS