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  • The purpose of the thesis is to develop a theoretical background for life insurance business law, and then to assess the statement of current legislation and recommend the solutions for improving legislation of life insurance business in order to meet the requirements of the economy and international integration

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  • This chapter explain the concept of risk and the basics of insurance underwriting; discuss the primary reasons for life insurance and identify those who need coverage; calculate how much life insurance you need; distinguish among the various types of life insurance policies and describe their advantages and disadvantages;...

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  • Tham khảo sách 'the 2000-2005 world outlook for accident & health insurance and medical service plans sold by life insurance companies', y tế - sức khoẻ, y học thường thức phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • A single premium life insurance policy is one where you pay an amount (a premium) to the insurer at the beginning of the policy. You may also be able to pay additional premiums. This type of policy pays out a lump sum on its maturity or if you (or another life assured) should die. You may also withdraw sums or a loan may be made by the insurer or by arrangement with it, while the policy is in force, or you may sell or assign the policy or surrender it completely before it is due to mature. This type of policy can never be a qualifying...

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  • The following will be discussed in this chapter: Life insurance operations, property and casualty insurance operations, health care insurance operations, business insurance, regulation of insurance companies, exposure to risk, valuation of an insurance company, valuation of an insurance company.

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  • Tham khảo tài liệu 'english language proficiency tests-advanced level'sarchivereal life: insurance terms (2)', ngoại ngữ, ngữ pháp tiếng anh phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • Tham khảo tài liệu 'english language proficiency tests-advanced level'sarchivereal life: insurance terms', ngoại ngữ, toefl - ielts - toeic phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • Chapter 15 - Insurance companies. This chapter examined the activities and regulation of insurance companies. The first part of the chapter described the various classes of life insurance and recent trends in this sector. The second part discussed property casualty companies.

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  • Chapter 10 - Financial planning with life insurance. In this chapter, you will learn to: Define life insurance and determine your life insurance needs, distinguish between the types of life insurance companies and analyze various life insurance policies these companies issue, select important provisions in life insurance contracts and create a plan to buy life insurance, recognize how annuities provide financial security.

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  • Although experience with enforcing mandates for health insurance is limited, some lessons can be drawn from other types of enforcement. National compliance rates for certain other mandates—such as provisions requiring that workers receive at least the minimum wage, children be vaccinated, drivers purchase auto insurance and wear seat belts, and people pay taxes—range from 63 percent to 85 percent, and the rates appear to improve as enforcement intensifies (Ashenfelter and Smith, 1979; Davis and Gaglia, 2005; Insurance Research Council, 2006; IRS, 2007; NHTSA, 2008).

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  • For States that do not seek to operate a State-based Exchange or a Partnership with the Federally- facilitated Exchange, HHS will establish and operate a Federally-facilitated Exchange. In such instances, a State may elect to run reinsurance and may elect to coordinate with CMCS on decisions and protocols for either an eligibility assessment or eligibility determination model in the Federally- facilitated Exchange.

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  • In conducting their operations, farmers are exposed to financial losses because of production risks—droughts, floods, and other natural disasters—as well as price risks. The federal government has played an active role in helping to mitigate the effects of these risks on farm income by promoting the use of crop insurance. RMA has overall responsibility for administering the federal crop insurance program, including controlling costs and protecting against fraud, waste, and abuse.

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  • Some companies let you use your life insurance death benefit to pay for specific conditions such as terminal illness or for qualified long-term care expenses such as home health care, assisted living or nursing home care. A life insurance death benefit you use while you are alive is known as an accelerated death benefit. A life insurance policy that uses an accelerated death benefit to pay for long-term care expenses may also be known as a “life/long-term care” policy. It may be an individual or a group life insurance policy.

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  • This is the third FinCEN study of SARs filed on transactions involving insurance companies and insurance products. A report issued in May 2007 provided a sum- mary of SARs filed in the 10-year period prior to May 2006 by all types of financial institutions regarding suspicious transactions involving insurance companies, insur- ance agents, and insurance brokers. 6 A report issued in February 2003 provided a summary of SARs filed between 1996 and 2002 by all types of financial institutions regarding transactions specifically involving life insurance products.

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  • Past analysis has shown that certain types of fraud or money laundering may be recorded and/or initiated in one location, but take place in another. Suspected fraud or money laundering through insurance company products is primarily detected after the fact. Insurance companies may offer their products through a number of distribution channels in a number of states, however the processing unit and service center is generally centralized in one location.

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  • Owners of high cash businesses used multiple cash equivalents from different banks and money services businesses to pay into policies and annuities. In one case, an insurer reported the owner of a landscaping business who paid the premiums on a universal life insurance policy with multiple money orders of no more than $1,000 each, some purchased on the same day at different post offices, or on separate visits to the same post office, creating the appearance of structuring.

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  • Health insurance makes a difference in whether and when people get necessary medical care, where they get their care, and ultimately, how healthy people are. Uninsured adults are far more likely than the insured to postpone or forgo health care altogether and less able to afford prescription drugs or follow through with recommended treatments. Problems getting needed care are less common among children, who are generally healthy, but disparities in access to care between uninsured and insured children are as great as the adult differences.

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  • The insurance industry is quite heterogeneous and the structure of the sector varies according to the prevailing level of economic development. 6 In fact, developed countries’ insurance sectors usually include life insurers, non-life insurers and reinsurers. These companies may be stand-alone enterprises or parts of groups or conglomerates, and they may conduct business internationally. Developing countries’ insurance providers, in turn, are smaller and generally do not engage in major international activities.

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  • Some small businesses will receive tax credits to offset their contributions to premiums. To be eligible, a company cannot employ more than 25 workers, and, in 2010, those workers must earn less than $50,000, on average. Beginning in 2014, the earnings threshold will be indexed to the consumer price index for urban workers (CPI-U). The legislation’s penalties apply to certain employers, as well as to individual people who do not obtain coverage. In particular, a company with at least 50 full-time employees that does not offer insurance could be subject to penalties.

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  • Private insurance companies sell long-term care insurance policies. You can buy an individual policy from an agent or through the mail. Or, you can buy coverage under a group policy through an employer or through membership in an association. The federal government and several state governments offer long-term care insurance coverage to their employees, retirees and their families. This program is voluntary, and premiums are paid by participants. You can also get long-term care benefits through a life insurance policy. ...

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