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Insurance review

allows individuals to collectively share the cost of such losses by paying their money into one large pool of money, making it more affordable for everyone to cover a financial loss if it occurs. insurance
Insurance is defined as the equitable transfer of the risk of a loss from an individual to an insurer in exchange for a premium
an amount of money we might pay to an insurance company on a monthly or an annual basis for the payment of that insurance. premium
how many basic principles to insurance and risk management. 7
the amount of that loss you are going to suffer yourself before the insurance company pays their portion of the loss. deductible
is used to provide financial support in the event of your death to your dependents so their lives can continue, at least financially, after you are gone. life insurance
What are two basic types of life insurance policies? term;cash value
The three kinds of term policies are: decreasing;annual renewable;level premium
term policy where the face value decreases each year decreasing
policy’s premiums are adjusted, usually higher, each year when the policy is reviewed and renewed annual renewable
policy is when your premium in year one is going to be the same as it will in the final year of the policy level premium
The least expensive types of life insurance are term policies
used to cover the costs of medical treatments, such as surgeries, hospital stays, some doctor visits, and in some cases, prescription costs. health insurance
an insurance program designed for low-income individuals in low-income households medicaid
CHIP stands for Children’s Health Insurance Programs
designed to provide health care coverage for children of families who cannot afford individual health coverage, but make too much money to qualify for Medicaid CHIP
pays you a percentage of your earned income during the time period you are unable to work because of a disability disability insurance
is a federal funded government health plan for individuals over the age of 65 medicare
are specific types of losses which will not be covered in the homeowner’s policy exclusions
probably the most common form of insurance auto insurance
may cover both legal liability claims against the driver if possibly he is at fault for causing the accident, and loss of or damage to the insured’s vehicle itself auto insurance
What is the name of the act that everyone refers to as Obamacare? affordable care act
When did President Obama sign this law? March 23,2010
When did the Supreme Court uphold the law? June 28, 2012
Does Obamacare replace private insurance, medicaid or medicare? no
Does every American have to have insurance under the law? yes
Are there penalties for not carrying health insurance? yes
What percentage of personal bankruptcies are due to medical bills? 60%
a type of coverage in your auto insurance policy, the insurer agrees to pay damages, that is, medical costs or repair costs if you injure someone or his property in an auto accident. Liability coverage for bodily injury and property damage
provides protection to replace or repair your vehicle if you are in an accident regardless of who is at fault. Collision Coverage insurance
pays to repair your vehicle less your deductible when it is damaged in ways which do not involve an actual collision. comprehensive coverage
is for medical and other expenses which are a result of an automobile accident for the people who are specifically named in the policy. personal injury coverage
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