Accumulative Value

  • In variable universal and universal life insurance policies, the accumulation value is equal to the “savings component” of the policy. The Cost of Insurance includes premium payments, and the savings account component receives the remaining amount as a credit. The accumulation value is the starting point when determining Cash Surrender Value, which then would be the resulting figure after incurring surrender charges. (also known as Accumulation Value or Cash Value).
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