Fixed-period Option Settlement


Definition of "Fixed-period option settlement"

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Beneficiary's choice, in a life insurance policy or annuity, for receiving income payments for a given period of time. The number of payments are fixed by the payee; the benefit amount is determined by the death proceeds. For example, an income benefit of $1000 per month is paid for a period of 48 months, whereupon all income payments cease.

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