accumulation period


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Accumulation Period

The period during which an insured person incurs eligible medical expenses to satisfy a deductible.

accumulation period

Health insurance The period during which an insured incurs eligible medical expenses to satisfy a deductible. See Deductible.
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The accumulation period for pellet counts began when moose were seen or flushed, enabling data collectors to accurately time their count by locating fresh resting places, pellet groups, or tracks in the snow.
Based on that notice, the "Principal Payment Date Establishment Date" will be March 15, 2000 and the "Initial Accumulation Period Commencement Date" will be April 1, 2000.
The key variables that determine the breakeven holding period are the pretax rates of return for the annuity and the mutual fund, the taxpayer's tax rate during the accumulation period, the taxpayer's tax rate at the time the annuity is shed out, whether the annuity's earnings are subject to the 10% penalty ta:x, (see the sidebar on pages 74-75 for a summary of income tax rules affecting annuities) and the annual charges imposed on an annuity in excess of those charged a mutual fund with similar risk and return characteristics.
DCMT 1, series 2007-1, accumulation period shortened to one month from two months;
Breaching certain early amortization triggers will cause the commencement of the cash accumulation period during which the notes will be allotted their allocation percentage of principal collections.
28 per share and held in trust on behalf of Executive Directors and PDMRs in respect of the accumulation period ended 31 March 2013, have been notified to the Company by the SIP Trustee and are shown below.
NEW YORK -- Discover Bank (Discover) will shorten the accumulation period for certain transactions issued out of the Discover Card Master Trust I (DCMT) and Discover Card Execution Note Trust (DECNT), according to Fitch Ratings.
Brokers said fund demand was weak in the morning as Monday marked the first day of a new accumulation period for monthly reserves of banks at the Bank of Japan.
Following a variable accumulation period, principal is expected to be paid to class A certificateholders on the April 2002 distribution date and to class B one month later.
The CE has not been increased for the other five outstanding term series, three of which have already begun the controlled accumulation period, while the remaining two will begin their controlled accumulation period on July 22, 2009.
Brokers said that although they saw some fund procurement activity early in the morning, fund demand remained weak in general despite the fact that Friday is the last day of the accumulation period for monthly reserves of banks at the Bank of Japan (BOJ).
Similar to series 1997-T&U issued October 1997, series 1998-V will utilize a controlled accumulation period following the revolving period rather than controlled amortization that was used in prior series.