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Skallywag

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About Skallywag

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    Bangkok , Samre

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  1. I think it makes sense and I'm no financial wizard. If your wife secures a loan using property, how will she pay it back if she does not have a good job. Am sure the bank needs to know that she has personal income (a Job) so she is able to pay back the loan. Many here have wives that do not work - so having wife get a bank loan is not possible
  2. 5000 baht for smoking, 2000 baht for littering (throwing butt on the ground), and just 500 baht more for doing so while riding your motorbike on the pedestrian walkway out front of the restaurant.
  3. Still confused. You are "retired" in Thailand but the "state" pays for your healthcare. So because you worked for state government (in the U.S.?) the BCBS "for its employees" is still available to you when no longer employed? This is paid by the current state taxpayers? Or is it a labor union? Worked for private companies - have no knowledge of government employees benefits after retirement
  4. Am curious what U.S. health insurance provider covers major medical care in Thailand? Medicare does not, Blue cross does not that I know of.
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