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insure

(in-shoor′) [ME. insuren, ensuren]
1. To make sure or certain.
2. To make safe or secure.
3. To protect against injury, loss, or expense.
4. To make a contract specifying the terms of such protection.
5. To buy or sell insurance.
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The viator then receives the cash payment after transferring ownership of the life insurance policy to the viatical settlement provider.
They may do this by lying outright on their insurance policy application or, once again, they may create a fictitious company on paper in order to hide past claims.
The plan is convertible to age 65 to a Zurich Life permanent life insurance policy.
Jack Dolan, a spokesman for the American Council of Life Insurers, said his group believes that before you "relinquish interest in your life insurance policy, talk to your life insurance agent or insurance company; see if the policy has options that can address your financial needs," Dolan said.
Example 4: An ILIT holds a term insurance policy with no CSV.
Here are some tips from agents and the Washington-based American Council of Life Insurance to keep in mind when shopping for a life insurance policy that meets your family's needs.
Doctors are vulnerable to lawsuits, so we decided to do our investing as part of an insurance policy for the extra protection.
What this means is that, in most cases, benefits from a qualified long-term care insurance policy are not taxable, just as are most benefits from accident and health coverage are not.
With a CAM, you might put that $120,000 into a life insurance policy with a projected rate of return of approximately 6.
The definition of pollutant in the insurance policy makes no reference to lead, paint, or lead-based paint.
The executive, while owning what would normally be an expensive cash-value policy, pays a premium that is equivalent to an economical term insurance policy.

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