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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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(Disability insurance includes a comparable waiver of premium).
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.
Waiver of premium rider: Waives premium obligations during a period of disability or illness, while the insured continues to benefit from the policy.
These can include waiver of premium, which ensures that your policy payments are made if you are unable to work.
Agents must point out that life insurance has other benefits besides pure protection, he said, including waiver of premium, chronic illness riders and cash value accumulation.
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.
Waiver of Premium: if illness prevents you from working your monthly premiums are paid on your behalf for after a set deferment period.
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 additional premium charged for a given disability income benefit varies among companies, but will generally be higher for policies issued by the companies that use the most liberal definition of total disability (as described above for the waiver of premium) and lower for those that use the most restrictive definition.
Partial disability is covered, and other benefits such as waiver of premium while disabled are included at no charge.
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.