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Synonyms for accumulation

Synonyms for accumulation

Synonyms for accumulation

an increase by natural growth or addition

several things grouped together or considered as a whole

the act of accumulating

(finance) profits that are not paid out as dividends but are added to the capital base of the corporation

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Next, insurers should identify cyber accumulations by product line, industry/business sector and various subsectors as the characteristics, scope and intensity of cyberrisks can vary from one area of dimensionality or accumulation zone to another.
But in those states that follow the natural accumulation rule, a property owner can virtually eliminate liability entirely by simply leaving the snow as is.
If variable benefits are to be received the accumulation units are first exchanged for annuity units.
Genworth Life Lifetime FlexPlus Age 100 or Lifetime Death Benefit Guarantee; Cash Value Accumulation
When the accumulation of resins in the duct system is a known problem, the buildup is controlled by heating the duct system to prevent the condensation of the organic materials out of the gas stream.
Eliminating amyloid deposits may not prevent accumulation of the tau protein, he notes.
The presence of some of these hydrocarbon accumulations has been known for some time as a result of information derived from the drilling of wells in the larger fields.
Finally, if you die with a large accumulation in your retirement plan, those assets could be hit with the dreaded "triple whammy," a combination of penalties and income and estate taxes that can consume more than 80 percent of your retirement savings.
This article compares investments in nonqualified variable annuities with mutual funds by examining, under different assumptions, the holding period necessary to generate the same after-tax accumulation.
With increasing pressure on insurers to identify their accumulations and potential vulnerabilities more accurately, having a better grasp of potential accumulations within their portfolio of risks can be vital to a company's success" Whitaker said.
a risk and reinsurance specialist and a subsidiary of Marsh & McLennan, has launched an enhanced version of Casus, its model for analyzing unknown accumulations in workers' compensation, accident, and health insurance portfolios.