Indeterminate Premium Whole Life Insurance

An indeterminate premium whole life insurance policy is a type of whole life insurance policy which does not use predetermined fixed premiums across the insurance term. Instead, the insurance company may adjust premiums to match its current costs.

A maximum premium is stated in the insurance policy, and the insurance company may not raise premiums above this maximum.

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