Renewable Term Life Insurance

Business / Finance / Renewable Term Life Insurance: A policy for a stated period that may be renewed if desired at the end of the term.

Other Words for Insurance

Insurance Verb Synonyms: assurance, surety, indemnity, indemnification, guarantee or guaranty, warranty, bond, security, protection, cover
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Other Words for Life

Life Verb Synonyms: existence, entity, being, sentience, viability
Life Noun Synonyms: existence, living, way of life, lifestyle
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Other Words for Term

Term Noun Synonyms: name, title, designation, appellation, word, expression, locution, phrase
Term Adjective Synonyms: sitting, stint, session, course, incumbency, administration
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Renewable Term

Business / Taxes / Renewable Term: A renewable term life insurance policy allows you to extend your coverage for an additional period without having to requalify for coverage, provided that you have paid your premiums in full and on ti MORE

Private Health Insurance

Health / Health Insurance / Private Health Insurance: Private health insurance – insurance plans marketed by the private health insurance industry – currently dominates the U.S. health care landscape, with approximately two-thirds of the non-elderly MORE

Pot Life

Life Style / Painting / Pot Life: Amount of time after mixing a two-part paint system during which it can be applied. MORE

Portfolio Insurance

Business / Finance / Portfolio Insurance: A strategy using a leveraged portfolio in the underlying stock to create a synthetic put option. The strategy's goal is to ensure that the value of the portfolio does not fall below a certain level. MORE

Private Mortgage Insurance

Business / Loan / Private Mortgage Insurance: Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI or MI)- Insurance required to be paid for by the borrower to protect the lender in the event payments are not made on time; most often required when the loam amount exc MORE

Qualified Intermediary

Business / Real Estate / Qualified Intermediary: Corporation or entity who facilitates a 1031 tax deferred exchange (also known as an accommodator). To be a qualified intermediary, the intermediary must not be a related party. MORE

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