Mortality Charge

Mortality Charge,

Mortality Charge means,

Meaning of Mortality Charge: The cost of the Universal Life Insurance coverage factor. This fee is based on the net risk of the policy, the risk rating of the policyholder at the time of signing the contract and the current age of the policyholder.

Literal Meanings of Mortality Charge

Mortality:

Meanings of Mortality:
  1. The state of being subject to death.

Sentences of Mortality
  1. Work is increasingly disturbed by thoughts of death

  2. Causes of death in newborns and young children

Synonyms of Mortality

perishability, ephemerality, impermanency, impermanence, temporality, loss of life, death, dying, transience

Charge:

Meanings of Charge:
  1. Price of services or goods provided Demand (quantity) of a person.

  2. To sue a person for some reason, especially a crime against the law.

  3. Assign tasks such as duties or responsibilities to someone.

  4. Stores electrical energy in (batteries or battery-powered devices)

  5. Go ahead in the attack.

  6. Apply heraldic pads on it.

  7. Sale price for goods or services.

  8. An offense, usually formally filed against a prisoner, is brought before the court.

  9. The responsibility to take care of or control someone or something.

  10. Properties of substances responsible for electrical phenomena that exist in a positive or negative way.

  11. The amount of explosives that must be detonated in order to meet a firearm.

  12. The battle is usually fought by attacking the soldiers.

  13. A device or shed placed on a mark or crust.

Sentences of Charge
  1. He charged me 22 for a postcard

  2. He was charged with assault

  3. The committee was tasked with reshaping the education system.

  4. Shaver can be used for carrying and walking

  5. The plan is to attack the enemy

  6. Silver banner with cross slabs of gills

  7. Admission fee

Synonyms of Charge

foray, incursion, impose, safe keeping, figure, keeping, indictment, thrust, drive, offensive, price, indict for, handling, badge, sum, throw oneself, ask in payment, escutcheon, sortie, storm, arms, sally, plough