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What will cause more expats over age 50 to exit?  

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I can tell you something else. That scenario of "i'm 49 now and I can't wait to hit 50 so that it becomes easier" will be encountered less and less.   New "retirees" would have to have serio

Agreed. I am just 70 and it would be hard to meet the age requirement for almost all the proposed policies. Even if I was inclined to use the government mandated companies and pay their exorbitant cos

I think that after a few years in country some of us realise that the Thailand dream is not a dream at all. It isn't a nightmare or anything like that but we just come to see more clearly how our home

On 11/22/2019 at 4:34 PM, glegolo said:

I think that the most strong reason is and will be lack of knowledge how to navigate in life for many guys. I dont think that there is especially much people on Non Immigrant O-A, and those who are, can go and change to a VISA "O" instead.....

If based on retirement, only if they have 800k baht deposited in a Thai bank, there isn't a monthly income option.

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22 minutes ago, BritManToo said:

 Can I buy one with a 400k deductible for 10K?

 

1. Maximum deductible is 300k

 

2. No policy is that cheap.  With PC 300K deductible and their lowest cost plan (which also means lowest cover)  around 26K at age 61-65, more at higher ages.

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7 minutes ago, DrJack54 said:

Backs up your poor credentials. You start post, mostly poorly informed, then spit dummy.

You cannot reply to questions mainly due to lack of credible posts about requirements for recent extensions. Based on long expired O-A entries.

Check your bottle bottoms..you seem to have overlooked a 95 page thread on this exact matter.  

 

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8 minutes ago, Sheryl said:

 

1. Maximum deductible is 300k

 

2. No policy is that cheap.  With PC 300K deductible and their lowest cost plan (which also means lowest cover)  around 26K at age 61-65, more at higher ages.

Is that the max with PC, or per immigration rules?  PC does not offer the best value from what I have seen, but that may be different for older folks.  My brother is paying 700 usd per month with a 7500 deductible on an Obama plan, at under 60.

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2 hours ago, moontang said:

That loophole will likely be closed soon.  I would think half of retirees, not married, are on OA and extensions of OA.  Was clearly the easier way starting out.

what loophole are you talking about ?   please explain

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