Definitions for "deductible"
An item or expense subtracted from adjusted gross income to reduce the amount...
The amount you pay for each person out-of-pocket each year for medical care before insurance starts paying- generally about $500 to $1,000. (In addition to your insurance premium payment.)
How much cost sharing that you must pay for medical services often before your insurance company starts to pay.
Keywords:  consequential
Deducible; consequential.
The portion of a loss for which the policy-holder is responsible. In workers' compensation, the injured individual is generally not liable for a deductible.
That first part of the loss which is retained by the REINSURED. The REINSURER is then liable for the balance of the loss (up to the agreed limit) after deduction of that RETENTION.
First part of loss borne by policyholder
Keywords:  depot, excess, railway, station, see
See Excess
excess depot railway station
An individual's contributions to a traditional IRA are tax deductible if he or she is not an active participant in an employer's retirement plan. An active participant still may deduct contributions to a traditional IRA depending upon income and filing status. Contributions to a Roth IRA are not deductible.
Keywords:  withdrawn, capable, taken
Capable of being deducted, taken away, or withdrawn.
Clients shall compensate for any damage or theft, even partial, occured to the vehicle. The client's liability is limited and varied for group vehicles. The client is required to leave a deposit at the time of the rental.
Something that is allowed to be subtracted.
Keywords:  dwelling, list, policy, back, standard
The dwelling policy has a standard deductible of $250. Back to list of terms.
Keywords:  pre, existing, condition
Pre-existing condition
Keywords:  annual, see
See Annual deductible.