minimum premium

minimum premium

A cost-plus arrangement for paying for healthcare in the US, in which an employer pays an insurer only part of the premium to be used for administration costs; the rest is set aside by the insurer to pay claims.
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And better still, most new coverages are included free in the base policy, at the already competitive minimum premium ($1,250).
The product has a reasonable minimum premium of just Rs.
The product has a minimum premium of just INR15,000.
The offering will apply to cars within the first three years of registration not currently insured with AXA, and worth a minimum premium of Dh2,500, the bank stated.
At Shattuck & Grummett Insurance, special insurance costs can range anywhere from a $350 minimum premium to a $5,000 minimum premium, depending on the exposure.
In case the visa application is rejected by the LMRA for any reason, then the policy will be cancelled and premium refunded after retaining minimum premium of BD10," Kumar added.
NET is billed as offering a lower minimum premium for its trip/travel product offering, and the ability to customize coverages to meet the unique needs faced by renewable energy organizations with employees traveling the globe.
Despite the increase in cover annual minimum premium remains at N$30 with a monthly minimum of N$2-50 (excl.
The company has also removed the minimum premium and reduced the minimum policy face amount required to access the policy's Cash Value Plus Rider.
The minimum premium is $1000 for single and annual premium mode.
But unlike a segregated cell captive, where the individual cells are treated as accounts, a series captive allows those individual members of the series to be treated like a captive--except they are not subject to the minimum premium tax requirement or a standard minimum capitalization.
The lock-in period has been increased from three years to five years and the minimum premium paying term has been increased to five years.
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