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nonforfeiture value

[ non-fawr-fi-cher ]
/ nɒnˈfɔr fɪ tʃər /
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noun Insurance.

any benefit, as cash or other form of insurance, available to a life-insurance policyholder who discontinues premium payments on the policy.

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Also called nonforfeiture benefit.

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