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Financial terms in "Bankruptcy Assistance"

1. proof of claim

2. going concern value

3. Receiver

4. contingent claim

5. avoidance power

6. impairment

7. Chapter 15

8. Voluntary Bankruptcy

9. liquidating reorganization

10. Chapter 9

11. bankruptcy petition

12. liquidated claim

13. 341 meeting

14. matrix

15. skeleton filing

16. interests

17. unliquidated claim

18. claims

19. Chandler Act of 1938

20. post-petition

21. tax loss carry-forward

22. failure

23. docket

24. wage-earner bankruptcy

25. examiner

26. exemptions

27. insider (of corporate debtor)

28. Bankruptcy Act of 1934

29. cash collateral

30. vulture funds

31. bankruptcy estate

32. creditors' committee

33. secured creditors

34. Default

35. debtor in possession

36. liquidation

37. NOL

38. Bankruptcy Amendments of 1984

39. Bankruptcy Rule 2004

40. fresh start

41. VCIS (Voice Case Information System)

42. filing fees

43. joinder

44. motion to lift automatic stay

45. personal bankruptcy

46. Bankruptcy

47. fraudulent conveyance

48. unsecured creditor

49. bankrupt

50. plan of reorganization

51. Conversion

52. United States Trustee

53. Bankruptcy Act of 1933

54. dismissal

55. super-priority claim

56. fee examiner

57. Chapter 13

58. plaintiff

59. adversary proceeding

60. schedules

61. complaint

62. unsecured claim

63. allowed claim

64. Chapter 12

65. first meeting of creditors (341 meeting)

66. Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act (BAPCPA) of 2005

67. Chapter

68. priority claims

69. core proceedings

70. nunc pro tunc

71. contested matter

72. non-business bankruptcy

73. Chapter 22

74. Bankruptcy Code

75. Chapter 7

76. Equity

77. Bankruptcy proceedings

78. Bankruptcy Act of 1898

79. Bankruptcy Tax Act of 1980

80. executory contract

81. Retired Benefits Bankruptcy Protection Act

82. substantive consolidation

83. set-off

84. Section 304

85. gap period

86. nondischargeable debt

87. Debtor

88. exclusivity (period of)

89. liquidation value

90. Section 77 (of 1933 Act)

91. equitable subordination

92. effective date

93. omnibus hearing

94. Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1978

95. 363 sale

96. Insolvency

97. bankruptcy judge

98. Confirmation

99. dischargeable debt

100. assume

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Definition / Meaning of

Separate Account Fund

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Each variable annuity contract offers a number of separate account funds. Each of those funds owns a collection of individual investments chosen by a professional manager who is striving to achieve a particular objective, such as long-term growth or regular income.You allocate your variable annuity premiums among different separate account funds offered in your contract to create a diversified portfolio of funds, sometimes called investment portfolios or subaccounts.If you're comparing different contracts to decide which to purchase, among the factors to consider are the variety of funds each contract offers, the past performance of those funds, the experience of the professional manager, and the fees.In evaluating the past performance and other details of the funds a contract offers, or the funds you are using in the contract you selected, you can use the prospectus the annuity company provides for each separate account fund. You may be able to find independent research on the funds from firms such as morningstar, inc., Standard & Poor's, and Lipper.

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