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Read The Fine Print Of Your Mediclaim

15th June 2012
Are medical conditions excluded? Are special conditions covered? Are regular medical expenses included? Are there age limits? Are there hospitalisation clauses? Is your hospital in the TPA Network? You have made the right ... Read >
Author: johandirano

Employment In Thailand

12th April 2011
Termination of Employment The Labour Protection Act B.E. 2541 (1998) ("the Act") applies to all businesses operating in Thailand. The employer/employee relationship is regulated under Thai law, including matters relating to the termination of an employ... Read >
Author: RSM Thailand

Claim back PPI if it was mis-sold!

10th April 2011
Ever had PPI added to a loan or credit card either now or in the past? Believe it or not it was probably mis-sold and you could be due a huge refund! There are lots of UK claims companies that have been actively helping clients claim back PPI for the last... Read >
Author: Kevin Fielder

Travel Insurance and Hand Carry Bags

21st September 2010
Travel insurance can easily protect the investment people make when they travel especially when there is a need to pay travel providers a sum of money in advance or even if they are simply engaging in trips which come to cost a lot of money. It is possibl... Read >
Author: Jenifer Thiel

Points to consider before Buying Best Mediclaim Policy

26th May 2010
India is an under developing nation, where people are still not wealthy enough to pay the medical treatment expense from their pockets. It is because of the high rising medical costs. The only alternative solution that sounds good is buying best mediclaim... Read >
Author: Aman

Spousal Income and SSI Disability Benefits

15th April 2010
When a married individual is applying for Supplemental Security Income, the income of the disabled claimant's spouse will be taken into account when determining the disability benefit. This is because the income of the spouse who is not medically eligible... Read >
Author: Ginny

Preparing a Whole Chicken with George Foreman Grill Rotisserie Becomes Convenient

12th February 2010
Any variety of meat from pork, beef, lamb, chicken, fish and even vegetables can be cooked with the application of an outdoor griller or even simply a convenient electric grill. These foods would certainly emerge appearing, sniffing and tasting really gre... Read >
Author: Dante Carpenter

Driving A Vehicle In A Dangerous Condition

24th November 2008
A vehicle can be deemed dangerous for a whole host of reasons. The police will stop a vehicle if they suspect that anything on or in it or any accessories, or the amount of people or items contained in or carried by it are likely to result in danger of in... Read >
Author: viddy55

New unlimited call plans in Australia

30th September 2008
Arriving on the market in Australia and instantly receiving lots of publicity are Unlimited call plans. The idea is that you pay a set fee every month and get to make as many calls as you like. For those of you who use the phone a lot this can be incredib... Read >
Author: Michiel Van Kets

APR, AER and EAR are terms used in financial advertising. What do they mean?

27th January 2006
Have you ever scanned the acres of financial advertising and wondered what APR, AER and EAR really mean? You'll invariably find one or another of these terms in every advertisement for a lending or savings product. Well you're certainly not alone. The... Read >
Author: michael challiner
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