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A Step-By-Step Plan For Lowering Your Cost of Expat Health Insurance

(@marco-expat)
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The cost of expat health insurance plan can be a huge expense. However, many factors can affect the cost of international health insurance. Understanding how expat medical insurance is priced is key to reducing your costs. This guide details the steps to save over $4,000 per year on health insurance.


   
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(@Giagitsis Nicolaos)
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I would like to thank you for providing all these informations fot the expat community. Nico Giagitsis, Zurich


   
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(@marco-expat)
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Thanks Nico,

I'm glad you found the information useful. Good luck on your health insurance search.


   
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(@Scott)
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Hi, Marco. It would be very useful for seniors considering retirement in Colombia to include information for them. Most international medical insurers are entirely "For Profit" and may not issue new policies beyond an age; even then, the premium level would easily be in the $15k rance.
Are there not Colombia-only medical prepaid service plans or health care insurance supplemental plans? Thanks.


   
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(@marco-expat)
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Hi Scott,

There are several medical insurance options in Colombia, though not all of them allow for older retirees. Most private insurers have age restrictions. I detail a couple Colombian health insurance options for older expats in this article.

Let me know if you have questions.

Cheers,

Marco


   
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