HEALTH INSURANCE for WORLD TRAVELERS (it was actually cheaper than healthcare.gov)




We are preparing to become full time international travelers and need health insurance. Healthcare.gov didn’t offer what we were looking for so we found a global health insurance policy through…

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HEALTH INSURANCE for WORLD TRAVELERS (it was actually cheaper than healthcare.gov)

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  1. Fantastic video and priceless information. As a Canadian ready to embark on travel for extended periods, your research and willingness to share is really appreciated. Thank you!

  2. Had you gotten coverage which limited your time in the USA and other "high" cost areas, I can just imagine when you stayed for exactly three weeks and got out quickly and then came back for another stay and again left quickly, what the neighbors and family would have said or thought. Money laundering or drug running? What's their business?

  3. Some great information … I am still grateful that as a Canadian I have our Health Care system. It's not the Rolls Royce of plans … but it's a decent used "Cadillac" of plans. There is always room for improvement … I also have Extended Health Care coverage through a private insurer that will cover some of the items not covered by the government plan. Fortunately for me I have not had to TEST either health plan to any great extent. My private coverage also provides eye glass and dental coverage as well as Out of Country emergency medical coverage for up to 60 days at a time. If I plan to be away longer I can either top up or fly back home to "reset the clock" for another 60 days. At my age I can't imagine I'd want to be out of the country for longer than 60 days at a time in any event. Total cost to me for private coverage is $2400/year. In addition I pay what we affectionally call a Health Care Premium TAX in Ontario of $600/year. This varies based on income anywhere from zero to $900/year. And of course our tax dollars are working hard to provide the rest of the governement coverage.

  4. Congratulations! Taking a leap like this must be just as awesome as when you took the leap to full time RV probably even more so. We've traveled the world ourselves and just started full timing RV this year cuz we never saw our own country. That doesn't mean we don't want to see more of the world like you guys so we're very envious.

  5. Very Informative information. I cannot wait for your abroad travel vlogs/videos. Now I have a Question❓❓❓
    What are Y'all going to do with Shelby. I feel she is too old to travel abroad with all the vaccinations she will need. Also flying could be very traumatic to a dog her age so what are your plans for her???
    SAFE TRAVELS💖
    GOD'S PROTECTION💕💞BEST WISHES AS YOU TRAVEL AROUND THE WORLD. 💖🇺🇸😇👼🙏🚐✈🚢🚍🚝🚁🚙🚲

  6. Thank you for this. Although I’m not planning on traveling or living internationally my cobra just ended so I need to find healthcare insurance for the US. Haven’t even looked at the exchange yet. Hoping to find something reasonable for preexisting condition.

  7. Thank sooooo much for the info….. I was paying about that much for with no dental, vision & definitely no international coverage…. finally found something cheaper with higher deductible & a bit less coverage but figured I'd bank the difference for that if needed…. thanks again 👍👍

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