Planning to grow your family? Here's what public, private, and expat health insurance plans cover.
Many expats are surprised by the number of insurance policies Germans usually have. So why do Germans love insurance so much? History has some answers.
We’ve already written about the wide range of dental treatments that public insurance covers in Germany. But when it comes to tooth replacement, coverage is only possible at the Regelversorgung (“standard care”) level. So what exactly is...
Trying to get out of the UK before Brexit? If you're moving to Germany, you'll need to get on public insurance as soon as possible. Here's how.
Public insurers in Germany offer rewards in exchange for healthy living. Learn how to make use of your insurer's bonus program.
Generally, public insurance covers some dental work—but you may want to consider a supplemental dental plan.
A significant portion of your paycheck goes towards pension insurance in Germany. But what if you're not planning to stay here for the long haul?
Nearly half of German households have legal insurance, but many expats have never considered it as an option. Here's how legal insurance can help you.
Legal insurance is like having a lawyer friend on call at all times. Learn more about our new legal insurance policy.
There are two kinds of private health insurance companies operating in Germany: mutual and stock companies. So what does this mean for customers and brokers?