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Related to Waiver of premium: Accelerated death benefit

WP

abbr.
1. weather permitting
2. white phosphorus
3.
a. word processing
b. word processor

WP

abbreviation for
1. weather permitting
2. (Computer Science) word processing
3. (Computer Science) word processor
4. (Placename) (in South Africa) Western (Cape) Province

WP

word processing.

W.P.

or WP or w.p.,

1. weather permitting.
2. working pressure.

wp.


Baseball.
wild pitch.
Translations
إخْتِصار لِكَلِمَتَي: مُعالِج الكَلِمات
tekstbehandlingsapparat
teksto apdorojimo programa
vardu procesors
kelime işlem programı

WP

A. N ABBR
1. =word processing
2. =word processor
B. ABBR =weather permittingsi lo permite el tiempo

WP

[ˌdʌbəljuːˈpiː] n abbr
(=word processing) → ttx m(= traitement de texte)
= word processorttx(= traitement de texte)

WP

(inf) abbr of weather permittingbei gutem Wetter

WP

[ˌdʌbljuːˈpiː]
1. abbr (Brit) (fam) =weather permittingtempo permettendo
2. n abbr = word processing, word processor

WP

(ˌdabljuː ˈpiː) abbreviation
word processor.
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For example, if someone works on the fl oor in the heavy industries, a waiver of premium or a permanent and partial disability cover can be explored.
Guaranteed 39% insurability rider Spouse insurance 29% rider Accidental death 35% rider Waiver of premium 70% rider Family income 10% benefits rider Accelerated death 50% benefits rider Child term rider 37% Long-term care rider 30% Return of premium 24% rider Note: Table made from bar graph.
For one family, purchasing a waiver of premium rider on the wife's life insurance policy took the protection a step further, and emphasized the importance of avoiding delay in making financial strategy decisions.
To assure itself of funds to meet its obligation, the employer could purchase a disability income contract, or it could partially protect itself by adding a waiver of premium rider to any life insurance contract on the employee's life.
Waiver of premium--The waiver of premium provision or rider allows a policyholder to stop paying premiums once he begins receiving disability income benefits.
The optional benefits (riders) include: a Waiver of Premium, which waives premiums for up to six months in case of disability; a Children's Insurance Rider; Accidental Death Rider; and an Accelerated Death Rider, which would provide up to 75% of a premium in the case that the policyholder is diagnosed with a terminal disease.
Would you explain to me what waiver of premium means when I take out a life policy?
Other features include the Waiver of Premium facility ('OwnOccupation' definition is preferred),non-smoker rates and the guaranteed insurability options for such events as marriage, childbirth,moving house etc.
It's a good idea to include a scanned copy of the plan and all riders such as double indemnity and disability waiver of premium and identify any waivers such as flying exclusions.
This includes critical illness cover and waiver of premium benefit.
Such rights would include all of the right, title, interest, ownership, control, and incidents of ownership in any and all insurance policies, and would include any conversion privilege, waiver of premium benefit, borrowing rights and assignment rights.