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An individual, institution, trustee, or estate which receives, or may become eligible to receive, benefits under a will, Insurance policy, retirement plan, Annuity, Trust, or other Contract.

Related Terms: 10 Annuity, Benefit, Contract, Insurance, Insurance policy, ITS, Policy, Retire, Trust, UIT
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