[SPONSORED POST] Are you planning for your next overseas trip or rescheduling your trip due to the pandemic? Bad news, travel insurance will not cover COVID-19. Here's what you can do...
As the current situation is very fluid, my opinion may be pre-mature and outdated in the matter of days. Nevertheless, here is what I think: For simplicity sake, I categorise all Malaysians into 2 categories: The employers and the employees.
We will never know the future, but as a planner, we should also plan for our business and prepare for the worst . What is your Business Continuity Plan?
With the current complication in Malaysia's political scene, it is important to have a good PM in our investment strategy.
As a Generasi Muda, are we really doomed? Are we really at the mercy of inflation? Are we really the ‘Yang Tertekan’?
You have booked a travel package to Shanghai, but due to the Wuhan Virus outbreak, you’re afraid you may catch the virus in the plane. If you cancel the trip, can your insurance cover the flight and accommodation cost?
Following the earlier article, this is an update on which companies have publicly announce the extended coverage for the Wuhan Virus.
At the time of writing, the Wuhan Virus has more than 2,800 cases confirmed and death toll spikes to 80. Even though it is said to be “not as powerful as SARS”, however, its ability to spread appears to be “getting stronger”. If we contracted with this virus, can our insurance policy cover us?
I joined the AIA Vitality membership. In this article, I will be sharing my thoughts on AIA Vitality as a client. Do not that this is not a recommendation to purchase your medical card from AIA, as it is more important to buy an insurance according to your needs.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Insurance is always sold, not bought. How many of you really wake up one day and say, “Hey, today is a great day, lets buy insurance?” crickets…… Let’s…