Investment Earnings Of Insurance Company


Definition of "Investment earnings of insurance company"

Rodger  Dabish
  RE/MAX Classic

Investment income. Insurance companies invest part of their premiums that are not immediately needed for claims and administrative expenses. These earnings are critical to an insurance company. A property and casualty company depends on investment earnings to balance underwriting losses. A life company depends on the investment earnings to help build policy cash values.



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