CSV

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AcronymDefinition
CSVComma Separated Value(s) (database export/import format and file extension)
CSVComma Separated Variable
CSVCreating Shared Value
CSVCharacter Separated Values (data format)
CSVCommunity Service Volunteers (UK)
CSVCentro Servizi Volontariato (Italian: Volunteer Service Center)
CSVCluster Shared Volume (computing)
CSVCrestview (Amtrak station code; Crestview, FL)
CSVComputer Software Validation
CSVComplementary Software Vendors
CSVCluster System Vector
CSVCall Superviser
CSVComma Separated Value
CSVCluster Space Vector
CSVComputing Services (university department)
CSVClub Sportif de Viriat (French sports club)
CSVCash Surrender Value (insurance)
CSVCambridge School Volunteers (Cambridge, VA)
CSVCold Start Valve (automotive engineering)
CSVCircuit Switched Voice
CSVCertified Server Validation
CSVComputerized Systems Validation
CSVCentro Subacqueo Villafranca (Italian diving club)
CSVChevrolet Special Vehicle
CSVClub Sportif de Villedieu (French sports club)
CSVCentre de Secours Virtuel (French: Virtual Relief Center)
CSVCourt Square Ventures (venture capital; Charlottesville, VA)
CSVConfederación Sudamericana de Vóleibol
CSVClerics of St. Viator (religious order)
CSVCommon Service Verb
CSVCustomer Site Visit
CSVCombat Support Vehicle
CSVCountersurveillance
CSVCommunity Support Volunteer
CSVCapacity Selector Valve
CSVConcentric Standing Valve (oil industry)
CSVCircuit Switcher Vertical (Southern States, LLC)
CSVCareer Service Vitae
CSVContents Supervision (IBM mainframes)
CSVCreating Superior Value (workshops)
CSVCorona Start Voltage
CSVChannel Soft Value(s)
CSVChristlich-Soziale Vollekspartei (German: Christian Social People's Party, Luxembourg)
CSVCombustion Sampling Valve (automotive)
CSVConventional Steering Vector
CSVColon-Separated Value(s) (less common)
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Accountants frequently recommend life settlements for purposes of estate planning, tax planning, and charitable donation strategies, as they are likely to generate substantially more cash than the cash surrender value offered by the insurance company.
If the change occurs after the five-year period and during the fifteen-year period beginning on the date of issue of the policy, the recapture ceiling is the excess of the cash surrender value of the contract immediately before the reduction over the cash value corridor immediately after the reduction.
The cash surrender value of this policy was $11,782,833 with an annual premium of $1,358,550.
In the case of policies where notification of premium due is not required, the notification of cash surrender value shall apply in cases where the insurer voluntarily sends a notice of premium due.
Assuming cash surrender values of $36,000 and a death benefit of $250,000, the actual entry would read, "Plus: proceeds of officers life insurance in excess of cash surrender value .
Statutory Exemption for Cash Surrender Value of Life Insurance and Proceeds of Annuity Contract: Although there is little mystery to the interpretation of [section] 222.
Term insurance generally has no cash surrender value and thus represents only a pure insurance expense.
When an individual or business engages in a life settlement transaction, the amount it recoups is based on the policy's face amount and cash surrender value as well as other factors, such as the insured's health, age and the current policy premium.
When an institution is planning to acquire BOLI that will result in an aggregate cash surrender value in excess of 25 percent of its tier 1 capital plus the allowance for loan and lease losses, the agencies expect the institution to obtain the approval of its board of directors or its designated board committee.
Before policy cash values became too large, the policy would be distributed to the plan participant and ultimately gifted to his ILIT, or the ILIT would be pre-funded with enough cash to buy the policy directly from the plan for its cash surrender value.
This feature is an American-style put option that enables the policyholder to sell back the contract to the insurer at the cash surrender value.