EOI

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AcronymDefinition
EOIExpression Of Interest
EOIEffect of Interest
EOIExchange of Information
EOIEvidence Of Insurance
EOIEmbassy of India
EOIEvidence of Insurability
EOIEscuela Oficial de Idiomas (Spain, Official Languages School)
EOIEnd of Injection
EOIEconomic Opportunity Institute
EOIExpressions of Interest
EOIEvidence of Identity
EOIExplanation of Investment
EOIEnd of Image
EOIEdge of Insanity
EOIEnd of Innocence (music album)
EOIEnd of Interrupt
EOIEscuela de Organización Industrial (Spain)
EOIEnd of Irradiation
EOIEvidence of Identity (various nations)
EOIExport Oriented Industrialisation
EOIEngine of Innovation
EOIElectronic Operator Interface
EOIEvery Other Issue
EOIEnd of Input
EOIEnd Or Identify
EOIEnd of Instruction (type of exam)
EOIExport Oriented Industry
EOIExtra Ordinary Income
EOIElectro-Optical Interface (Nortel)
EOIEmergency Operating Instruction(s)
EOIEuropean Ombudsman Institute
EOIEquivalence of Input (telecommunications regulation)
EOIEconomic Opportunity Initiative (various organizations)
EOIEarth Orbit Insertion
EOIElf Only Inn (webcomic)
EOIEnd of Identity
EOIEnd Of Installation (US Navy)
EOIEnd of Item
EOIElectronic Order Interface
EOIEarly Operational Interface
EOIExecutive Office Installation
EOIEngineering Operating Instruction
EOIEarly Oral Intervention (Mississippi)
EOIEffective Operating Income
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Changes in the plan of insurance require re-computation of the premium payment plan, cash value schedules and projected dividend schedules, and may involve a new underwriting evaluation if the company requires evidence of insurability.
A switch from level to increasing benefits requires new evidence of insurability and, possibly, an extra fee, since the death benefit immediately increases by the current amount of the cash value at the time the option is exercised.
Another variation, known as a "beneficiary purchase option," allows the beneficiary, upon the death of the insured, to elect to use part or all of the proceeds to purchase insurance without evidence of insurability.
35) Coverage may not be conditioned upon evidence of insurability.
The APO gives the younger insured who cannot afford the premiums for a large face amount the option to purchase additional insurance without evidence of insurability at specified times in the future or upon the occurrence of certain "life" events.
For each of these insurances, one can convert all or part of the policy to a permanent, cash-value policy without providing evidence of insurability.
There can be no individual evidence of insurability other than a medical questionnaire that does not require a physical examination.
Can the policyholder's second-to-die life insurance policy be split without evidence of insurability in the event of a change in tax law or divorce?
This provision periodically allows the client to increase coverage in line with salary increases, up to a stated age, with no new evidence of insurability.
Increases in the face amount usually require evidence of insurability.
The rider also typically can be converted to a cash value plan later, without evidence of insurability.
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