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  • Computerised National Identity Card


    The Computerized National Identity Card (CNIC) is an identity card issued by Pakistan's National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA). The card is issued first at the age of 18. There are two types of Identity card in Pakistan CNIC and SNIC. CNIC is Urdu version computerized card and SNIC is Pakistan's first national electronic identity card. The card is mandatory for Voting Opening and operating bank accounts. Obtaining a Pakistani passport. Obtaining a Driving licence in Pakistan. Purchasing vehicles and land. Purchasing a plane or train ticket. Obtaining a mobile phone SIM card. Obtaining Electricity, Gas, and Water. Securing admission to college and other post-graduate institutes. Conducting major financial transactions.Thus, it can be seen as a de facto necessity for meaningful civic life in Pakistan.

  • Flexible spending account


    A flexible spending account (FSA), also known as a flexible spending arrangement, is one of a number of tax-advantaged financial accounts, resulting in payroll tax savings. Before the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, one significant disadvantage to using an FSA was that funds not used by the end of the plan year were forfeited to the employer, known as the "use it or lose it" rule. Under the terms of the Affordable Care Act, a plan may permit an employee to carry over up to $500 into the following year without losing the funds. The most common type of flexible spending account, the medical expense FSA (also medical FSA or health FSA), is similar to a health savings account (HSA) or a health reimbursement account (HRA). However, while HSAs and HRAs are almost exclusively used as components of a consumer-driven health care plan, medical FSAs are commonly offered with more traditional health plans as well. In addition, funds in an HSA are not lost when the plan year is over, unlike funds in an FSA. Paper forms or an FSA debit card, also known as a Flexcard, may be used to access the account funds.

  • Expatriate insurance


    Expatriate insurance policies are designed to cover financial and other losses incurred by expatriates while living and working in a country other than one's own. Insurance should be arranged prior to relocating to a new country or destination. Policies will generally cover the duration of your stay and can be purchased on a 6-month to annual basis. It is important to purchase this insurance from a reputable company. The most common insurance policies purchased by expatriates include: Personal property Automobile insurance Personal liability insurance Emergency evacuation Medical and dental coverage Short-term travel insuranceIn some cases, specialty insurance can be purchased for high-risk areas of the world that provide coverage for: War and terrorism Kidnap and ransom Casualty insurance

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