What is extended term non-forfeiture option?
It means that if you don't pay your premiums, then rather than the policy lapsing, it will be term insurance for a period of time, with no cash value.
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Hi, I have some few knowledge regarding this nonforfeiture. I had onlyknown that Standard life insurance and long-term care insurance mayhave nonforfeiture clauses. The clause… may involve returning someportion of the total premiums paid, the cash surrender value of thepolicy, or a reduced benefit based upon premiums paid before thepolicy lapsed. If you have any attorney issues regarding this then Law Office ofSebastian Ohanian is one of the best options for you. Thank you
It's some kind of reimbursement from the insurance company, shouldyou decide to cancel your long term care (LTC) insurance policy.
Non forfiture values apply only to Whole Life and UL life contracts.
Reverse mortgage proceeds may be taken as a single lump sum, a credit line, monthly payments for life (tenure) or payments for a set amount of time (term payout). You can also… receive payments from the reverse mortgage as a combination of all. i.e 25% lump sum, 25% credit line, 50% monthly payout. The lower the term requested the higher the monthly amount. After the term is over no further payments from the reverse mortgage will be received. Source: http://www.allrmc.com
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Purchase the upgrade option. Base Regeneration is automatic, the tower upgrades are purchased. For instance, the Vulcan Cannon upgrade is available for the same price as Mach…ine Gun IV AFTER the Machine Gun has been upgraded to level IV.
It has the highest amount of Insurance Protection; Under this option the insurer uses the policy cash value to convertto term insurance for the same face amount as the former …permanentpolicy. The duration of the new term coverage lasts for as long aperiod as the amount of cash value will purchase.
Short term disability has a defined benefit that ends at a specified time. For example your policy may have a 3 month, 6 month, 12 month, or 24 month benefit period. If you… are disabled for maternity leave you may be able to extend your benefit if your doctor provides a medical reason for why you can't work. The typical maternity benefit is six weeks for vaginal birth, and eight weeks for a c-section delivery. This leaves room for you to extend the benefits before you reach the benefit period limit. If you remain disabled beyond your policy's benefit period you will not be able to extend the benefits.
A non-forfeiture option in your long-term care policy is a featurethat allows you to maintain some money if you decide to cancel yourpolicy or if you fail to pay your premiums… and the policy lapses.It is a sort of reimbursement by validating the minimum amount ofyour paid long-term care insurance premiums.
Typically you can only have 4 primary partitions per hard drive if you are using the MBR partition layout scheme. If you need more partitions than the maximum allowed (4), t…hen there is a way to get many more partitions with only one hard drive. By creating an extended partition you can have as many logical partitions as you need within that extended partition, thus you can have more than only four partitions. You can have 3 primary partitions and one extended partition (for a total of 4), and inside the extended partition you can have as many logical partitions as you need. The one thing to keep in mind is that any type of Windows Operating System needs to be installed in a primary partition, otherwise you cannot boot into it. Windows XP in particular, needs to be installed in the first primary partition . For everything else, you can create as many logical partitions as you want inside the extended partition.
An extender is something one would add to paint or to food to increase the volume of the particular paint or food. An example of an extender would be adding flour or potatoes …to hamburger so that one would have more hamburger to put on buns.
Non-qualified stock options (NSO) is a form of employee stock option. In this stock, the employee pays normal income tax on the difference between the grant and the price of t…he stock.
Extended memory refers to memory on an x86 platform PC above 1Megabyte of memory. In the Intel personal computer world, the original CPU was onlyable to directly address up to… 640K of memory. This was calledconventional memory. Above that, up to 1 megabytes, was calledexpanded memory. Accessing the expanded memory required additionalinstruction to allow for bank switching. You used special hardwareto "rename" sections (banks) of the expanded memory to something inthe conventional range so that it could be accessed as if it wereconventional memory. Extended memory is memory greater than 1 megabyte for later intelcompatible x86 processors that could support it. Extended memorywas accessed using standardized API functions that allow movingdata to and from the memory area and management it.