Health in­sur­ance quotes just don’t add up…

7 Days in Dubai - - WELLBEING -

Can any­one ex­plain the maths be­hind health in­sur­ance premium set­ting? I have two quotes from the same bro­ker for the same fam­ily group for the same pol­icy but one of them is 100 per cent higher than an­other. One is for the fam­ily on its own and the se­cond is via my com­pany. I get the fact that risk is weighted across an or­gan­i­sa­tion but surely the al­go­rithms can recog­nise that charg­ing twice the price for the same peo­ple is ridicu­lous. Nick UAE an af­fect on the ben­e­fit sys­tem and who is el­i­gi­ble to claim. With non-EU mem­ber­ship, al­though I ac­cept free ac­cess to the sin­gle trade mar­ket will come at a fee, Bri­tain will now have bil­lions of pounds to in­vest on our own ed­u­ca­tion sys­tem, pub­lic ser­vices and health sys­tem. I ac­cept that its go­ing to be a slow, up and down few years whilst we ne­go­ti­ate leav­ing terms but in the long run it will be a good de­ci­sion! Let’s have faith in democ­racy, pull to­gether and make it hap­pen! Leave voter Dubai Bent­ley or sim­i­lar high-end ve­hi­cle and pro­pose such leg­is­la­tion against the 99 per cent mi­nor­ity who can’t make ends meet. Much less can we af­ford to buy a new ve­hi­cle or a “newer used” one which will pose un­known re­li­a­bil­ity prob­lems. Louie Dubai

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