death benefit

NOUN
  1. insurance or pension money payable to a beneficiary of a deceased
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How To Use death benefit In A Sentence

  • Here they re-created their cultural patterns and social networks, including banks established by padrones (labor contractors), mutual-aid societies providing sickness and death benefits, and the festa of the town's patron saint.
  • These are child benefits, industrial injuries and death benefits, certain invalidity benefits, and attendance and mobility allowances.
  • These are child benefits, industrial injuries and death benefits, certain invalidity benefits, and attendance and mobility allowances.
  • Here they re-created their cultural patterns and social networks, including banks established by padrones (labor contractors), mutual-aid societies providing sickness and death benefits, and the festa of the town's patron saint.
  • For insured who is minor, the actual Overseas Accidental Death benefit cannot exceed the amount that is regulated by CIRC.
  • It includes details of how the Bond works, your right to cancel, taxation matters, death benefits and more.
  • On a term insurance policy the amount paid to your heirs is the death benefit, the same as in the whole life example above. MORE WEALTH WITHOUT RISK
  • Your next of kin will receive death benefit if you die in an accident.
  • The article detailed instances of investors paying terminally ill people to be named as the "annuitant," meaning their death would trigger the death benefit. Regulators Heed Insurers' Concerns on Annuity Curbs
  • I remain resolute in my claim that it incorrectly distributed the death benefits. Times, Sunday Times
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