Other Taxes, Levies, and Charges in IPMI Explained

Understanding the Impact of Additional Costs in IPMI

In the context of International Private Medical Insurance (IPMI), “Other taxes, levies or charges” refers to any additional taxes, fees, or charges imposed by local authorities or governments that are not included in the insurance premium. These additional costs can be levied on various aspects of the insurance policy, such as the insurance premium, medical procedures, or other charges related to the policy. Policyholders should be aware of these additional costs, as they can have a significant impact on the overall cost of their insurance policy.