A form of annuity policy in which the amount of annuity payments vary according to the value of the
money invested, usually in the stock market. The variable annuity was intended to protect the purchasing
power of money spent for an annuity against inflation.
Variable Universal Life
Benefits are variable based on the value of equity investments, and premiums and benefits are adjustable
at the option of the policyholder.
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terms, conditions and exclusions.