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Old 15th May 2017, 02:25 AM
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I'm American, she is German. We a hoping to relocate to Thassos in Greece. We are in the planning stages. I would like to get information on health insurance. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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Hi there

We, 55 and 60 years old, have just been quoted £3500 per annum for both of us (basic cover), with AXA, which includes £2000 threshold. Basically we pay the first £2000 on a major medical issue, and they continue picking up the tab. Otherwise it is VERY expensive!
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Yes, if you want AXA, Allianz, GeoBlue those are about the prices you can expect from the global giants. There are less expensive options.



I'd love to assist.

Andrew with International Care


Hi, I know this is pretty old, but what are the cheaper options? Just basic health cover is probably enough. For me and my son (10) from the UK and living I Greece full time but not working. Tia


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in fact health insurance is a necessary thing as the government will refund you anyway if you have injuries

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Hey, guys. Frankly speaking, I don't understand the owners of firms, who don't want to do the health insurance for their workers. It goes without saying, that life is strange thing, so it can happen everything, but owner will be guilty. There it has been an excuse, that it takes a lot of time earlier, but it won't fly now, because there are such good companies, that all the things make instead of you. These companies do large group health insurance plans fast and by the law. And the main thing, that should concern you - price. Likely for you, they will help you find the best option for your company and work with carriers on your behalf to get the best price possible. So, Do the Health Insurance for your workers and be a good head of company.

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