Value Reporting Form
- A form used by businesses with constantly changing inventories to determine their current inventory value. When used with a variable coverage policy, a value reporting form is regularly submitted to the insurer so that coverage can be easily adjusted to reflect the company's current inventory, and this ensures that the business is never over or underinsured.
current inventory reporting form, warehouse audit, inventory value report
Related Terms and Acronyms
- Claims Adjuster — Definition,
- An individual who ascertains the insurer's liability after an insurance claim has been made.
- First Loss Insurance Policy — Definition,
- An insurance policy where the policyholder under-insures their assets and will only receive partial coverage in the event of a loss.
- Insurable Interest — Definition,
- Something of sufficient worth and benefit that an individual or entity would have reason to insure against its lost.
- Insurance Claim — Definition,
- An application for benefits made by an insurance policyholder after an insured event.
- Inventory — Definition,
- Stock on hand in the form of goods ready for sale. Also includes raw material in the process of being manufactured or completed for sale.
- Loss Settlement Amount — Definition,
- The percentage of damages an insurer is contractually obligated to pay for after a claim.
- Underinsurance — Definition,
- When the amount of insurance coverage on an asset is less than the asset's full value.
- Underinsured Motorist Coverage — Definition,
- Auto insurance that covers damages when the other driver in a collision is at fault but does not have sufficient insurance coverage.
- Valuation — Definition,
- The process of finding the worth of an asset or business.
- The estimation of a property's price value through an appraisal.