Whatever the situation, it makes sense to have an alternate policy with full coverage for the student going abroad.
Lisa Pallavi BarboraLisa Pallavi Barbora has worked in the domain of personal finance for 15 years and now operates her own venture. She also writes on personal finance.
If you are already doing a good job while being a regular investor and building a portfolio that serves you in the long run, you’re on the right track. But what happens if you have an emergency that can potentially become a monetary set back, do you withdraw from your neat long-term investment portfolio?