M&E

(redirected from Mortality and Expense)
AcronymDefinition
M&EMonitoring and Evaluation
M&EMechanical & Electrical
M&EMaritime and Energy (industry sector)
M&EMeetings and Events
M&EMedia & Entertainment
M&EManufacturing & Engineering
M&EManagement and Economics
M&EMaintenance & Engineering
M&EMaterial and Energy
M&EMaterial and Equipment
M&EMetcalf & Eddy (Wakefield, Massachusetts environmental consulting firm)
M&EMusic and Effects
M&EMusic and Effects (cinematography)
M&EMortality and Expense (risk)
M&EMeat and Eggs (diet plan)
M&EMaintenance and Enhancement
M&EMetaphysics and Epistemology (philosophy)
M&EMeals and Entertainment
M&EMachine and Equipment
M&EMark & Execute (Splinter Cell: Conviction)
M&EMorris & Essex Line (New Jersey Transit commuter rail line)
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And since the products are bought directly from the company, the mortality and expense fees are low, and there is no surrender charge.
In addition to a review of the financial performance of the underlying separate accounts, the sites provide information regarding mortality and expense ratios, other insurance expenses, and subaccount asset management fees.
1 Corbett and Nelson (1992) show that mortality and expense charges within universal life insurance policies generally are higher than annual renewable term insurance premiums charged by the same companies.
The insurance company subtracts these fund expenses, combined with mortality and expense risk charges, before it credits investment earnings to your portfolio.
These are mortality and expense risk charges and administrative charges.
The second method, called the shadow account method, guarantees that a contract will stay in force as long as the shadow account balance remains positive, where the shadow account is calculated using interest credits and/or mortality and expense charges that are more favorable than those guaranteed in the policy.
Starting in 1996, American Skandia securitized several tranches of mortality and expense charges and surrender charges on its variable annuity business.
06%, more than the industry's lowest-cost providers, Vanguard and TIAA-CREF, which charge small mortality and expense fees and low subaccount charges.
The product offers 57 investment options, three death-benefit options, dollar-cost averaging and asset-allocation rebalancing, zero net-spread loans, decreasing mortality and expense charges that disappear after year 20 and a rapid-issue program.