In long-term care insurance, it is generally the operation of a non-forfeiture feature under which the enrollee's coverage continues for some period based on the amount of premiums paid when the policy lapses. Methods for providing the paid-up policy may include full benefits for a shorter benefit period or partial benefits for the full original benefit period. Some policies also have a provision which pays up the policy under specified conditions upon the death of an insured spouse. Some companies offer limited or single payment premium modes that result in paid up policies when a specified number of annual premiums have been paid.
An insurance policy that will provide benefits in the future but that requires no further premium payments.----------[ Back
Insurance on which the policyowner has completed payments, but that has not yet matured. This may be either (1) reduced paid-up insurance provided under the nonforfeiture provision; (2) a limited payment policy under which all premiums have been paid; or (3) a policy on which accumulated dividends are applied to pay the net single premium required to pay up the difference between the policy's reduced paid-up insurance and its face amount.
a policy that needs no further premium payments
A policy discontinued after payment of premium for a minimum period of three years.
A life insurance policy in which all premiums that are due have been paid.
A policy that will remain in force with further premium payments.
An insurance policy that requires no further premium payments but continues to provide coverage.
A policy on which no future premiums are due while the company is still liable for the benefits provided under the terms of the contract.
An insurance policy that has already been paid, therefore no further PREMIUM is due for services that are received at a future date.
An in-force life insurance policy for which no further premium payments are required.
After your insurance policy has been in force for a period of time defined in the policy, you may be entitled to nonforfeiture benefits. If you have one of those policies and you prematurely stop paying the required premiums, your policy becomes paid-up. You don't pay any more premiums, but the benefits you receive under the policy will be determined based on the amount of premiums you have already paid, not on the level of benefits you originally purchased.
A policy under which no further premiums are payable but some cover remains in force.