Business Life Insurance
- A life insurance policy purchased by a business on the life of an important executive. A business life insurance policy, also known as "key person insurance," protects a business from loss due to the death of a key employee, buying the company time to find a suitable replacement or to implement new business strategies to fill the void of the lost employee.
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Related Terms and Acronyms
- Business Continuation Insurance — Definition,
- Insurance that provides coverage in the event that someone integral to the operation of a business dies or becomes disabled.
- Entity-Purchase Agreement — Definition,
- A plan used for businesses with multiple owners where insurance policies are taken out for each owner in the amount of their ownership stake.
- Group Life Insurance — Definition,
- Life insurance offered to a large number of people belonging to an organization, usually as part of a benefit package.
- Insurable Interest — Definition,
- Something of sufficient worth and benefit that an individual or entity would have reason to insure against its lost.
- Single Interest Insurance — Definition,
- Insurance that covers a single party when more than one party has a stake in a property.