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Replace income and future wealth for descendants
Some policies allow for savings features
Whole life insurance
The most common type of permanent life insurance, in which premiums generally remain constant over the life of the policy and must be paid periodically in the amount specified in the policy. Also known as ordinary life insurance.
Variable Life Insurance
A type of permanent insurance providing death benefits and cash values that vary with the performance of a portfolio of investments. The policyholder may allocate premiums among investments offering varying degrees of risk, including stocks, bonds, combinations of both, and accounts that guarantee interest and principal.
.The process of classifying applicants for insurance by identifying such characteristics as age, gender, health, occupation, and hobbies. People with similar characteristics are grouped together and charged a premium based on the group's level of risk.
Coverage for losses beyond the limits of underlying property-casualty, homeowners, or auto insurance policies. While the umbrella applies to losses over the dollar amount in underlying policies, coverage terms are sometimes broader than those specified in the underlying policies.
Insurance that covers the insured for a certain period of time, known as the term. The policy pays death benefits only if the insured dies during the term, which can be one, five, ten or even twenty years.
A standard risk
A person possessing an average likelihood of loss.
An amendment to an insurance policy that expands or restricts the policy's benefits or excludes certain conditions from coverage. See accelerated death benefit and accidental death benefit.
Renewable term insurance
Term insurance that can be renewed at the end of the term, at the policyholder's option and without evidence of insurability, for a limited number of successive terms. Rates increase at each renewal as the insured ages
The payment, or one of the periodic payments, that a policyholder makes to own an insurance policy or annuity.
The printed document that a company issues to the policyholder, which states the terms of the insurance contract.
A statistical table showing the death rate at each age, usually expressed per thousand.
Level Premium Life Insurance
Life insurance for which the premium remains the same from year to year. The premium is more than the actual cost of protection during earlier years of the policy and less than the actual cost in later years. The initial overpayments build a reserve which, together with interest to be earned, balances the underpayments of later years.
Group LIfe Insurance
Life insurance on a group of people, usually issued to an employer for the benefit of employees. Each group member holds a certificate as evidence of his or her insurance.
Evidence of insurability
The common requirement by life insurance companies that potential policyholders undergo a physical examination or medical tests, such as blood pressure or cholesterol screening, before the applicant can purchase an individual life insurance policy.
Business Life Insurance
Insurance purchased by a business on the life of a member of the firm. This insurance protects surviving business partners against loss caused by the death of a partner and reimburses corporations for loss caused by the death of a key employee
The person or financial entity (for instance, a trust fund) named in a life insurance policy or annuity contract as the recipient of policy proceeds in the event of the policyholder's death.
A representative of an insurance company who is authorized to sell and service insurance contracts. Life insurance agents are also known as life underwriters or producers.
A person professionally trained in the technical aspects of insurance and related fields, particularly in the mathematics of insurance such as the calculation of premiums, reserves, and other values.
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