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life insurance:

see insuranceinsurance
or assurance,
device for indemnifying or guaranteeing an individual against loss. Reimbursement is made from a fund to which many individuals exposed to the same risk have contributed certain specified amounts, called premiums.
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These customers might have preferred the long-term security of a whole life insurance policy, but simply couldn't afford it and instead decided to buy a term life policy.
If he has Waiver of Premium on his life insurance policy but does not have adequate income protection, will he need a policy loan against cash values to meet his needs?
A reconciliation for the policy owner showing the difference between the gross offer for the purchase of the life insurance policy and the net amount to be paid to the owner, including a listing of all fees and compensation to the life settlement broker and others.
Raiford priced a $1 million variable life insurance policy for a healthy 40-year-old man in New York.
Life Insurance: Many employers include a life insurance policy among their employee benefits.
By viewing a life insurance policy as a current asset, the insured can now access funds - the death benefits - virtually immediately as a living benefit.
But with life expectancies increasing, cash settlements for people with AIDS are decreasing: Whereas settlements of 80% to 90% of the value of a life insurance policy were common two or three years ago, today the average figure is closer to 50% or 60%.
Under the leveraged life insurance funding approach, the corporate employer purchased, owned, and was the sole beneficiary of a permanent life insurance policy on the life of each participating executive.
If the cash component of a life insurance policy has lost value, financial experts suggest that it is in the consumer's best interest to stay with the current carrier or utilize available options to convert whole or universal life insurance policies into term without suffering penalties or taking the risk of losing coverage.
A variable life insurance policy has wealth accumulation and protection features.
The purchaser of the life settlement becomes the new owner and beneficiary of the life insurance policy and is responsible for making future premium payments and collecting the death benefits of the insured.
A viatical settlement is a sale of a life insurance policy by a terminally ill patient to investors.

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