You never know what life may throw your way. While it's always good to have savings, sometimes they may not be enough. Don't worry, know your risks and get covered. Carry on.
Understanding the mandatory and essential insurances is complex.
As an expat in Germany, navigating insurance can be challenging. Our role as insurance brokers is to provide you with expert guidance, ensuring you have the right insurance coverage for your unique needs.Individual consultation
Begin by gaining a clear understanding of your risks. This process involves responding to questions that pertain to your unique situation. Upon completion, you'll receive a list of recommendations.
Enhance your knowledge about the chosen products and coverage. Attain an overview of the key features.
Identifying the product that aligns with your key requirements. Leverage our user-friendly comparison tool to facilitate this process.
Periodically reassess your risks whenever there are changes in your circumstances like getting a dog or becoming engaged. Consider setting an annual reminder.
Create an account, fill out your profile.
Answer a few questions about your circumstances.
Click on add contracts, add your existing contracts by selecting the insurance typ, the name.
All your insurance contracts in one place
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Find the best coverage
For most, the biggest financial risks are harming someone, becoming ill, and being unable to work. As a result, liability insurance, health insurance, and income protection should be top priorities.
Check out which other insurances exist.
Liability insurance is like a safety net that helps you pay for things if you accidentally cause harm or damage to someone else's stuff.
Health insurance is like a membership that helps you afford medical care when you need to see a doctor.
Income protection is like a financial backup plan that gives you money if you can't work because you're sick or injured, so you can still pay your bills and take care of yourself.
Pension insurance is like a savings plan for your retirement, ensuring you have money to live on when you're older and guarding against the risk of living longer than you think.