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contents insurance in Geneva

Contents insurance in Geneva

Personal belongings insurance, also known as contents insurance, offers protection for the policyholder’s possessions within their residence against various eventualities, encompassing fire, smoke, explosions, water damage, natural disasters (such as floods, strong winds, hail, and avalanches), and theft. It’s worth noting that certain risks, like fire and natural disasters, are typically covered separately by the…
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car insurance in Switzerland

Understanding the different modules of car Insurance in Geneva and Switzerland

Car insurance in Switzerland plays a vital role in safeguarding individuals against financial responsibilities arising from accidents or injuries inflicted on others. Charles is your trusted advisor for car insurance in Geneva and Switzerland. Swiss car insurance is categorized into three modules: liability, partial casco, and full casco. While the obligatory car liability insurance module…
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Swiss third pillar savings plan

Discover The Benefits Of A Swiss Third Pillar Savings Plan

Find out everything you need to know about the three pillar pension system in Switzerland and how a Swiss third pillar savings plan can improve your retirement. The Swiss pension system has rightly earned a reputation as one of the best in the world thanks to its reliability and stability. Carefully designed to enable individuals…
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maternity insurance Switzerland

Pregnancy/maternity coverage in Switzerland

Maternity insurance Switzerland If you arrive in Switzerland and seek maternity coverage, pregnant women are fully covered for all health care issues (not just maternity related), after week thirteen of their pregnancy until eight weeks after they give birth. This coverage is, with zero deductible, and without the usual participation. A complementary insurance plan allows for…
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car insurance Geneva

Daily life in Switzerland: insurance

Insurance companies in Switzerland offer policies for everything from mandatory health coverage to vehicles and personal liability protection. Supplementary insurance can add additional coverage to standard policies for many scenarios, including the right to a private room in a hospital, more robust accident policies and coverage that remains valid when overseas…(read more on swissinfo.ch) Please visit…
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Swiss tax optimization

Optimize your Swiss tax situation!

The end of the year is coming. Optimize your 2022 Swiss tax situation, contact Charles before 15.11.2022. More info on 3A & 3B pillar benefits Please visit our Twitter page

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Fantastic health insurance offers!

Swiss health insurance has gone up as much as 8% this year!! If you have 3 children, contact Charles, fantastic health insurance offers! Please visit our Facebook page More info on Swiss health insurance

Swiss health insurance premiums

Health insurance premiums to take biggest jump in a decade!

The cost of compulsory health insurance in Switzerland is to increase by an average of 6.6% in 2023 – the biggest annual rise since 2010. Health authorities said on Tuesday that the “considerable” increase would raise average monthly premiums from CHF315 to CHF335 ($319 to $339). For an adult, the average bill each month will…
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life insurance Switzerland

Life insurance in Switzerland

Life insurance Switzerland A successful pension system must compensate a family following the death of a a relative, otherwise the financial security of the family can be undermined. If the system does not provide an income to the widow, widower or orphan, the survivors could become a financial burden on the state. The Swiss pension…
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Health Insurance Switzerland

Health Insurance and Healthcare in Switzerland Explained

Switzerland’s healthcare system and health insurance is slightly different than in other European countries because they work in tandem. Switzerland has universal healthcare, but it is paid for by the individual rather than through taxes or by your employer. This means that anyone entering Switzerland must have basic health insurance… (more info on internations.org) Please…
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