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"Client Age or Substandard prevents Unemployment Waiver of Cost Rider selection"

Spanish translation: Ver abajo

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English term or phrase:Client Age or Substandard prevents Unemployment Waiver of Cost Rider
Spanish translation:Ver abajo
Entered by: Alicia Piva
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19:33 Oct 10, 2000
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
English term or phrase: "Client Age or Substandard prevents Unemployment Waiver of Cost Rider selection"
No context. This sentence is part of an American Company's software.
Leticia Molinero
Local time: 13:31
Ver abajo
Explanation:
"La edad del cliente o la clasificación de subestándar impide seleccionar la exención por desempleo del suplemento relativo al costo".

http://www.whitleyreavis.com/glossary.html
risk class
A group of insureds who present a substantially similar risk to the
insurance company. Among the most common risk classes used
by life insurance companies are standard, preferred, nonsmoker,
substandard, and uninsurable.

http://www.canoe.ca/MoneyBasicsFuture/home_primer.html
When deciding on a policy, try to anticipate your needs and situation. Be aware that some companies refuse to insure homes with wiring, plumbing and a roof that are too old. Indeed, if you own an older home, you'd be well-advised to pay the extra $10 or so for "bylaw insurance," which allows you to rebuild in accordance with current building codes (a home built in 1920 on wooden pilings, for example, might have to be rebuilt on a concrete foundation at considerable cost to the owner). You'll also want a replacement-cost rider with automatic inflation adjustment. Basically, it says you're covered for the replacement cost of the home and its
contents, not just the original cost or the depreciated value.
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Alicia Piva
Local time: 10:31
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Ver abajo


Explanation:
"La edad del cliente o la clasificación de subestándar impide seleccionar la exención por desempleo del suplemento relativo al costo".

http://www.whitleyreavis.com/glossary.html
risk class
A group of insureds who present a substantially similar risk to the
insurance company. Among the most common risk classes used
by life insurance companies are standard, preferred, nonsmoker,
substandard, and uninsurable.

http://www.canoe.ca/MoneyBasicsFuture/home_primer.html
When deciding on a policy, try to anticipate your needs and situation. Be aware that some companies refuse to insure homes with wiring, plumbing and a roof that are too old. Indeed, if you own an older home, you'd be well-advised to pay the extra $10 or so for "bylaw insurance," which allows you to rebuild in accordance with current building codes (a home built in 1920 on wooden pilings, for example, might have to be rebuilt on a concrete foundation at considerable cost to the owner). You'll also want a replacement-cost rider with automatic inflation adjustment. Basically, it says you're covered for the replacement cost of the home and its
contents, not just the original cost or the depreciated value.


    Reference: http://www.whitleyreavis.com/glossary.html
    Reference: http://www.canoe.ca/MoneyBasicsFuture/home_primer.html
Alicia Piva
Local time: 10:31
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