Gross Earnings Form

Definition of "Gross earnings form"

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Coverage for loss in the gross earnings of the business (minus expenses that cease while the business is inoperative) as the result of the interruption of normal business activities caused by damage to the premises by an insured peril. Non continuing expenses include light, gas, and advertising for which there is no contractual obligation. Coverage can be obtained on either a 50,60,70, or 80% coinsurance basis. Selection of the coinsurance percentage is dependent upon the length of time business is expected not to operate in die worst of circumstances.

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