U.S. Embassy in Bangkok issues 'advisory' as Thailand moves to require health insurance

 The U.S. Embassy in Bangkok has issued "an advisory warning" to Americans in Thailand "to ensure they have adequate medical coverage if staying long-term in the country, especially if they are of retirement age," according to English language media reports out of Thailand.

The warning was issued days  after the Thai government moved to require foreigners staying on certain visas to be insured.

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Bright!Tax's Allyson Lindsey: 'Yes, expats w/o a U.S. bank account can still get the payment'

Bright!Tax's Allyson Lindsey: 'Yes, expats w/o a U.S. bank account can still get the payment'

 As Bright!Tax partner and managing Certified Public Accountant Allyson Lindsey explained last month, Americans who are resident outside the U.S. are potentially eligible to receive a "recovery rebate" check or...

May-14-2020