Cash surrender value

• An amount the insurance company will pay if the policyholder ends a whole life insurance policy.


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Adjusted present value
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Annualized net present value anpv approach
Assessed value
Bond value
Book cash
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Book value per share
Book value weights
Break even cash inflow
Carrying value
Cash account
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Cash and carry
Cash and cash equivalents
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Cash basis
Cash bonuses
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Cash deficiency agreement
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Cash flow statement
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Cash grants
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Conversion value
Cost of giving up a cash discount
Current principal value
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Discretionary cash flow
Economic value added
Ending cash
Equivalent annual cash flow
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Free cash flow per share
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General cash offer
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