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AcronymDefinition
WOPWinds of Plague (band)
WOPWake on Pci
WOPWireless Optical Pro
WOPWorld of Potter (roleplaying)
WOPWar Office Propaganda (Polish record label; now Rage In Eden)
WOPWoman of Purpose
WOPWithout Papers
WOPWithout Pay
WOPWorld of Pain
WOPWaiver of Premium
WOPWithout Passport
WOPWith Overwhelming Probability
WOPWipe on Polyurethane (woodworking)
WOPWell-Ordering Principle
WOPWork Opportunity Program
WOPWahrheit Oder Pflicht (gaming)
WOPWeb of Patterns
WOPWaiting On Parts
WOPWithout Personnel
WOPWafer Operation Plan
WOPWaiting On Permit
WOPWing Outer Panel
WOPWorld of Pakistan (website)
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Waiver of premium is a benefit that can be attached to many life policies and to personal pension plans.
Something as simple as a waiver of premium can make a huge difference.
You could also consider adding some additional benefits such as waiver of premium to protect your payments in case of illness, and critical illness cover to make your plan more comprehensive.
Q I HAVE been made redundant and have "waiver of premium" with my life assurance.
Childsurance has the in-built Waiver of Premium benefit which allows the planned accumulation of funds to continue even in the absence of the provider.
Additional riders available Waiver of premium, Accidental Death
It offers a waiver of premium payments for one year in the case of unemployment and in the case of disability, will waive payments until the disability ends or the policyholder turns 65.
WAIVER BENEFITBharti Axa's Mark Meehan says that other insurance policies don't work as efficiently for securing the child's future due to the option of an in-built waiver of premium on death.
Or there may be credible claims data, but it doesn't show any open waiver of premium claims.
A waiver of premium rider on existing or new life insurance policies will provide for payment of premiums after a stated period of disability.