Mandatory health insurance for retirement visa holders likely to take effect in July
By Chularat Saengpassa
FOREIGNERS aged 50 and above living in Thailand on a long-stay visa will likely have to buy health insurance from July onwards, as authorities are preparing guidelines to enforce the new rules.
Approved by the Cabinet last month, the new regulation will require expats on the long-stay non-immigrant O-A visa to have heal
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My background: back in the early 1980s I supervised the corporate benefits operations for a large (Fortune 20) corporation. There are benefits to having a large pool of people - enough to reap the benefits of self insuring on a cost-plus contract fee basis the medical, dental and life insurance plans for over 65