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|German to English translations [PRO]|
Bus/Financial - Insurance
|German term or phrase: Anwartschaftsversicherung|
Yet another mysterious insurance term.
"Anwartschaftsversicherung auf KV Vereinigte"
I'm assuming that KV Vereinigte is the name of the insurance company and as far as I can gather, Anwartschaftsversicherung is some way of protecting a medical insurance policy but I'm not quite sure I understand fully! Can anyone please give me an English translation or an explanation (or preferably both!).
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Local time: 05:33
|Thankyou. Dierk's answer explained it well but sounded too American. Your's hit the spot!|
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"Anwartschaftsversicherung auf KV Vereinigte" = KV Vereinigte expectancy cover" this is the translation given in "Wörterbuch Versicherung" by K.-H Stocks and like the good lexicon web page reference given by Dierk says: it is insurance to insure that the new health insurance will be issued under the same conditions as an older health insurance that was suspended or in a dormant status.
"Ausschöpfung der Selbstbeteiligung" = "deductible (AE) / excess (BE) payments"
"Kosten für Betriebsvorauszahlung" = "employer pay advance costs"
This whole row of questions seems to be connected to this maintenance (BE) / support (AE) suit where the ex-wife is not getting the payments she feels she is entitled to. She is being ignominiously forced to list all the money she is spending, for which the old %&§$ß should be made to pay. She has probably had to make some insurance arrangements (the expectancy cover) which cost extra money, perhaps because her divorced financial position is now worse than when she was married, pay excesses/deductibles, and maybe even ask her boss for an advance on her pay which somehow involved some costs, perhaps interest. What do you think about this scenario?
Local time: 05:33
Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in category: 8
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