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Survivor benefit

The payment made to a Beneficiary from an Annuity or Policy when the Policyholder dies. also called death Benefit.

Related Terms: 8 Annuity, Beneficiary, Benefit, Call, Death benefit, Policy, Policyholder, UIT
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