PAYMENTS TO FOREIGN NATIONALS
It can be difficult for settlement recipients residing outside of the U.S. to get the settlement payments they’re entitled to. SPI’s arrangement with a cash card provider solves a variety of payment problems facing recipients of structured annuity benefits who live outside of the U.S., or who are non-residents and do not maintain a U.S. domiciled bank account.
The process to have benefits paid via direct deposit to a cash card is identical to the process an insurance company requires in order to direct deposit benefits to a standard bank checking account. Use of the card and associated fees are similar, often identical, to that of a standard credit/debit card. This is a 21st century, no-cost service available to SPI clients.
GOVERNMENT BENEFITS REVIEW
Personal injury victims may be eligible for a number of state and federal benefit programs. If you are not yet receiving benefits, SPI can help you identify appropriate, available assistance programs that may provide support during your case and then after settlement. These benefit programs can be coordinated with a personalized settlement plan, promoting financial stability and quality of life.
Do you need to obtain health insurance? The Affordable Care Act of 2010, also known as Obamacare, has had far-reaching implications for consumers of healthcare across the United States. From the elimination of exclusions for pre-existing conditions to the expansion of Medicaid eligibility, SPI’s Affordable Care Act experts can help you get the coverage you need.
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