Life And Health Insurance, Personal And Family Exposures

Definition of "Life and health insurance, personal and family exposures"

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Personal and family loss by death, disability, sickness, old age, accident, and unemployment. All of these exposures are insurable, and coverage's can be purchased under a variety of policies. In life insurance these include adjustable life, current assumption, endowment, family income policies, family maintenance policies family policy, limited payment life, universal life, and variable life. In annuities, both fixed and variable types are available; in health insurance, medical expense and disability income coverage's are available. In pensions, there are defined benefit and defined contribution pension plans. The various Social Security benefits also provide considerable protection against personal and family exposures.

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