Mostly you walk away unscathed. But what if something does go wrong just that once? (2)
I can hear you thinking. I already have health insurance. I’d like to clarify that misconception. Health insurance covers doctor and hospital costs. The personal accident insurance is different; that concerns money for you if you ever have to deal with a permanent injury.More info
Protect your wallet. Anything can happen to you, as a family
Accidents are just waiting to happen. This is exactly where liability insurance comes in.More info
Mostly you walk away unscathed. But what if something does go wrong just that once? (1)
You surely know those moments: you managed to react in the nick of time. Thank goodness, because it could have turned out badly. You had an angel on your shoulder, and you go on forewarned and forearmed. But what happens if things do go wrong just that once?More info
No-claim protection: do yourself and your wallet a favor
We’re human and humans make mistakes. It can happen and that’s why you’re insured. But such an accident, small as it may be, will cost you a big chunk of your accumulated no-claim discount. Do yourself (and your wallet) a favor and take out the no-claim protection. That could save you quite a few pennies.More info
Car damage? Should you claim this, or is it smarter not to?
Accidents can happen unexpectedly. “I was parking my car at the supermarket and all of a sudden I hit a small post that I didn’t see. So annoying! Fortunately, I have great insurance. But is it really a good idea to claim all damages with my insurance company? Does this mean I will lose my no-claim discount right away?”More info
Worry-free living, how do you do that?
There’s nowhere on earth that’s as comfortable as your own home. There’s just no place like home. Unfortunately, sometimes things can go wrong. Flooding after a heavy rain shower, a small kitchen fire, or an unpleasant break-in. These things can happen. Read more to find out how you can be properly prepared.More info
A loving hug from my baby…
Kids grow up before you know it. And then they suddenly leave the nest… ready to start college, which usually means they are moving abroad. Are you financially prepared for that?More info
Fire, burglary, a flood, a storm... how can you prevent damage at home?
Sometimes you can’t do anything about it; a flood due to heavy rain, an unexpected kitchen fire, someone breaking into your home... but did you know that you can easily prevent a lot of damage to your home? In this article we have compiled all kinds of useful damage prevention tips for you.More info
You are liable for a higher amount than you are insured for, now what?
Suppose that a damage claim is f 350,000, and your liability insurance only covers 150,000. That means you would still have to pay f 200,000 to the other party. This would be a complete nightmare! You would have to sell your home and your belongings to be able to pay for this.More info
A single moment of inattentiveness
Check out this story of a man named Rileyson, who was seriously injured due to a driver's momentary inattentiveness with dramatic consequences.More info
Contact via new digital media: quick, plain and simple
Having your insurance matters in good order is important. We can lend a helping hand. We offer advice and quick answers to your questions. You might think: I want to know something, so I’ll give them a call. But oftentimes that’s not the quickest way. Discover how to go about it in a savvier manner.More info
Prevent a power outage during rain
The hurricane season is in full swing. From June 1st through November 30th, there is a big chance that we will experience a tropical depression, storm or hurricane in the Caribbean. The combination of strong winds and heavy rainfall can cause power outages. How does that work and how can you prevent this from happening? We’ll happily explain in this article.More info
Is your family properly protected in case something happens to you?
She is distraught and in shock. Her and the kids don’t even get the opportunity to process their grief together, because she has to figure out how to continue taking care of the family. There is not enough money to pay for all the monthly bills. Now she has to start working fulltime, even though the kids need her full attention right now.More info
An expensive mistake: the pay out of Sonny’s life insurance won’t go to his loved one
Sonny had three partners in his lifetime. He met the love of his life when he was already 42: Carolina. They were together for almost thirty years, but never tied the knot. After his two failed marriages, Sonny wasn’t going to marry again.More info
How do you survive the sudden death of your partner? Serena (38) shares…
The fate of every love story: all of a sudden one day you’re on your own. Women more often than men, because they live longer on average. Sometimes you can see the end is near. Oftentimes you can’t. Serena (38) talks about the intense sorrow and how she got back on her feet again.More info
Correct tire pressure increases safety and driving performance
Having the correct tire pressure is of utmost importance for driving your car safely and comfortably. Bob Carwash’s VIP-program in Curaçao now offers the added service of having your car’s tire pressure checked and adjusted to the correct pressure.More info
Most good jobs require a college education
How do you ensure that your child will be able to go to college in the future? A college education isn’t cheap, but it is also the best investment you can make for your child. We asked 3 ambitious students how much their education is going to cost, and how they made the financial arrangements to cover these costs. Episode 3: “Most good jobs require a college education” Kathelyn, 1st year psychology student at the University of Tilburg.More info
Sit down as a family to create an education savings plan
How do you ensure that your child will be able to go to college in the future? A college education isn’t cheap, but it is also the best investment you can make for your child. We asked 3 ambitious students how much their education is going to cost, and how they made the financial arrangements to cover these costs. Episode 1: “Sit down as a family to create an education savings plan” Branford, SBO student, wants to go to Canada.More info
Invest now in order to earn a higher salary later
How do you ensure that your child will be able to go to college in the future? A college education isn’t cheap, but it is also the best investment you can make for your child. We asked 3 ambitious students how much their education is going to cost, and how they made the financial arrangements to cover these costs. Episode 2: “Invest now in order to earn a higher salary later” Dustin Winklaar, UoC student in Curaçao.More info