Take Your Time Buying Travel Insurance: This Is No Small Purchase

Korcok, Milan
January 2013
Canadian MoneySaver;Jan2013, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p34
The article focuses on investment plans and offers suggestions on buying travel insurance policies. It mentions that individual seeking travel insurance should know there own medical record and history and should buy the plan which suits with health history and provides appropriate rate of return. It suggests that several points should be considered while purchasing the policy including analyzing non-disclosed regulation, avoiding cheap plans and analyzing profile of travel insurers.


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