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the amount that the insurance company will pay on a given life insurance policy if the policy is cancelled prior to the death of the insured

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The insured's appraiser reported an actual cash value of $250,685 and Allstate's appraiser reported an actual cash value of $50,000.
This is the oldest kind of cash value life insurance, meaning it combines a death benefit with a savings component.
Both variable and indexed life insurance allow the client to enjoy invested cash value.
Permanent life insurance, the type of policy that offers investment features, combines the death benefit coverage of a term policy with the investment component that can build cash value over time.
6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- As banks continue tightening their lending practices as a reaction to the current economy, more individuals are turning to the cash value component of their permanent life insurance policy to meet their needs.
In 2002, life settlement providers paid approximately $340 million to acquire policies with an aggregate cash value of $94 million.
The arrangement is between a corporation and a shareholder, the corporation pays all or part of the premiums and the shareholder has the right to designate the beneficiary or has a share in the policy cash value.
Cash value balances of all investments grew from roughly $36 million in January 1998 to $54.
And, if you dare cancel your policy prior to seven to 10 years, most policies have a "surrender charge" that will leave you with little or nothing of your accumulated cash value.
However, if the money to pay the difference between the actual cash value and the replacement cost of the property is not put aside, a camp could be left without enough funds to rebuild.
Like whole life and universal life, variable-life insurance is a cash-value insurance product, so your premium dollars build up cash value inside the policy, in addition to your death benefit.
But even if the coverage had been written on an Actual Cash Value basis, with depreciation factors amounting to 30 percent for example, the co-insurance requirement would still be applicable, simply to the lesser amounts.
Whether or not customers elect the rider, their policy's cash value will have an opportunity to grow.
Real estate appraisers may be called upon to determine the actual cash value of structures for insurance purposes, often in conjunction with litigation between an insurer and insured.