Supplementary Contract

Definition of "Supplementary contract"

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Wayne Becraft, Real Estate Agent Long & Foster Real Estate

Terms of a settlement of a life insurance or annuity contract under which monies are currently payable or used at least in part by the beneficiary to fund a new insurance policy. Supplementary contracts are a balance sheet liability for a life company. They represent money held for policyholders that will eventually be paid out. But because the contract no longer involves insurance on a life, it is not included in the company's policy reserves.

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