Qualifying Loss

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Qualifying Loss

In insurance, the value of an insured event for which the insurance company must pay. For example, if the deductible for a policy is $1,000 and the insurer must pay all losses above that amount, the qualifying loss for a policyholder who endures a loss of $1,500 is $500.
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Their recent struggles at home will be a concern for Radulovic, who witnessed his side flounder in qualifying losses to South Korea and Kuwait, with a 3-2 friendly reverse against Iraq sandwiched in between.
Qualifying losses and gains--from business cycles and changing market-wide disability and lapse rates-- would be shared with the federal government and, in limited ways, with consumers.
Furthermore, the 12 months leading up to the low point - the time period that contributes most to the rankings - had seen seven defeats from eight games including four qualifying losses.
All service members covered under Servicemembers' Group Life Insurance (SGLI) who suffered qualifying losses on or after Dec.
58bn loan portfolio that is subject to a loss sharing arrangement, with the FDIC bearing 80% of qualifying losses according to the agreement between them.
And he does not harbor fond memories of Cameroon with the Nations Cup qualifying losses coming after an equally painful defeat by their neighbors in the first edition of the African Nations Championship for local footballers.
The new tax rules, effective in the United Kingdom on April 1, 2006, allow qualifying losses from a European Economic Area (EEA) subsidiary to offset revenue of a U.
Qualifying losses from rental properties should be deductible from all income.
58 billion loan portfolio which will be subject to a loss sharing arrangement pursuant to which the FDIC will bear 80% of qualifying losses.
Bellamy has only featured in two of Wales' last eight games, which were the World Cup qualifying losses against Russia at home and Finland away.
The reserve fund shall have a 30-year rolling term, meaning that at the end of the 30th year, the first year's annual contribution including investment income, to the extent not used to fund qualifying losses, shall be taken into income and the 30th year's annual contribution, including investment income, shall be added to the reserve.
With respect to all loss occurrences under the California Fire Following Agreement, the agreement provides in total $3 billion of coverage for all qualifying losses without limitation except when a qualifying loss occurrence exceeds $2 billion.
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