Agents' Monetary: Life & Valuation Tables, with Valuable Explanations

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Insurance Monitor Office, 1870 - Life insurance - 56 pages
 

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Page 11 - What is the interest of $ 81, for 2 years 14 days, at per cent. ? per cent. ? per cent. ? 2 per cent. ? 3 per cent. ? 4 per cent. ? 5 per cent. ? 6 per cent. ? 7 per cent. ? 7 per cent. ? 8 per cent. ? 9 per cent. ? 10 per cent.
Page 26 - ... the difference between the present value of the sum insured and the present value of the premiums which the insured would have to pay in order to keep the policy on foot.4 1 NY Laws 183H, ch. 41. vent sureties.
Page 50 - You are at liberty to make such use of this communication as you may think proper to put you & myself right before the people of Oregon,
Page 51 - January 1, every year for— gives you— 10% 5 years 10 years 15 years 20 years 25 years 30 years...
Page 4 - ... FACKLER, D. PARKS, Consulting Act. and Accountant, NY He was trained under Mr. Sheppard Homans in the Mutual, and is held in corresponding high repute in his profession. In 1870 he pub. Agents' Monetary Life and Valuation Tables, with valuable explanations. A most useful practical book. The author says : Some people may think, that, as a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, it would be better not to instruct agents on the subjects contained herein — but the wonderful growth of Life Ins. in...
Page 69 - Has for Seventeen Years been the Recognized Leader in Insurance Journalism. Subscriptions, per Annum, $3, in advance. Advertisements, $60 per Square. CC HINE, Editor and Proprietor, 176 Broadway, New York...
Page 55 - ... recognized and validated by Section 97 as it now stands. Before we can intelligently discuss the proposed amendment we must come to some agreement regarding our definitions. A search of insurance literature has brought to light the following definitions of the term " loading." " Margin or Loading. — The amount added to, or subtracted from, the net rates or results, to provide for expenses and contingencies.
Page 50 - Lifei) should justly be shared by yourself — Indeed the principle upon which that Dividend was based as well as some of the most...
Page 46 - By entering the (opposite) table, under ape 45 we find the $4 will injure $100 at that age for more than three years and less than four; that is, not to regard extreme exactness, $3.52 will insure it for three years, and 14.69 for four years.
Page 50 - ... to the distribution of the surplus of a Life Insurance Company (as in the case of the dividend for 1858.62 of the Mutual Life), should be justly shared by yourself.

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