Term policy

1.A policy of term insurance.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Extended term insurance 'allows the policyholder to use the cash value to purchase a term insurance policy with a death benefit equal to that of the original whole life policy.'The whole life insurance policy is surrendered in place of the term policy, which will end after a certain number of years.
The business community believed that the long term policy should be framed to enable the SMEs to compete with those of China, India and Bangladesh so that they could contribute more to the export growth, he added.
The prime focus of the board was on strengthening domestic tourism as a part of its short term policy and would be making it a base to attract foreign tourists, investors and businessmen, he added.
Talking to a private news channel, she said a long term policy would be made in this regard.
In a statement in Lahore on Sunday, he said a long term policy is being pursued for development of agriculture sector that will produce far-reaching results.
He said a long term policy should be devised to put the thing in order for industrial growth.
Global Banking News-November 21, 2017--Australian central bank sees no need for near term policy move
Among the newest options are exchangeable term policies, which allow policyholders to exchange their term policy for another type of permanent policy that has more flexibility - such as a fixed index universal life (FIUL) insurance policy -- but may be too expensive for a younger client on a limited budget.
Summary: The IMF has also called for coordinated fiscal efforts within in medium term policy framework
Go from a 20-year term policy to a UL policy and save money.
A simple term policy to get the couple to retirement age, at which point pensions, Social Security and IRAs can be used for income.
The Council members reviewed the long term policy for citizens' housing, as well as the policy for regulating Foreign Direct Investments (FDIs) to the emirate.