preneed

preneed

(priːˈniːd)
adj
arranged or made available in advance of eventual requirements: preneed funeral arrangements.
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The bill also said preneed, pension, and life insurance will be levied a uniform rate of 2 percent.
harmonization of business taxes; imposition of 2% premium rate on preneed, pension, life, and HMO insurance and 5% on nonlife insurance
It operates through three segments: Global Housing, Global Lifestyle and Global Preneed.
On the other hand, banks, non-bank financial institutions, quasi-banks, preneed, trust and insurance companies, public and publicly listed companies, and non-chartered government-owned and/or -controlled corporations are banned from incorporating as OPC.
Meanwhile, banks, non-bank financial institutions, quasi-banks, preneed, trust and insurance companies, public and publicly listed companies, and non-chartered government-owned and/or -controlled corporations cannot incorporate as OPC.
Increases in both our cemetery and funeral preneed sales programs, effective management of our fixed costs, and a lower tax rate helped to offset the funeral revenue deficit.
The third standard arises in the context of whom to appoint as guardian, particularly when there is a preneed designation, but will not be discussed further here since this article concentrates on decisions to be made during the pendency of the guardianship itself.
This involves, in part, adding three new leaders to the group: Kathy McDonald, president, Global Specialty, Keith Meier, president, International and Tammy Schultz, president, Global Preneed.
Net earned premiums, fees and other income from Global Housing, Global Lifestyle and Global Preneed segments totaled $1.69 billion, compared to $1.43 billion in second quarter 2017.
Morial Convention Center<br />Robert Delaney, Sterling Global Products, LLC<br />Quinn Eagan, PreNeed Funeral Program, Inc.<br />Stephen M.
3-4: LIC Preneed Forum, Life Insurers Council, Atlanta.