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Financial terms in "Venture Capital"

1. Limited partner

2. first-round financing

3. sponsor

4. capital call

5. risk

6. realization multiple

7. Incubator

8. series 22

9. Private Equity

10. investee

11. ground floor

12. First Chicago method

13. risk capital

14. placement agent

15. Venture Capital

16. owner-employee

17. financing

18. Limited partnership

19. angel investor

20. private equity firm

21. Startup

22. death valley curve

23. committed capital

24. round of funding

25. private equity fund

26. Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA)

27. adventure capitalist

28. low-income housing limited partnership

29. seed capital

30. fund

31. Exit Strategy

32. mezzanine debt

33. add-on service

34. term sheet

35. liquidation preference

36. pitch

37. venture capital firm

38. due diligence

39. liquidity event

40. venture capital limited partnership

41. down round

42. full ratchet

43. master limited partnership

44. direct financing

45. invisible venture capital

46. vintage year

47. traunch

48. deal

49. financier

50. corporate venture capital

51. venture capital fund

52. venture-capital-backed IPO

53. lead investor

54. venture

55. venture capitalist

56. civilian unemployment rate

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Health Insurance

Categories: Insurance,

Health insurance covers some or all of the cost of treating an insured person's illnesses or injuries. In some cases, it pays for preventive care, such as annual physicals and diagnostic tests. You may have health insurance as an employee benefit from your job or, if you qualify, through the federal government's Medicare or Medicaid programs. You may also buy individual health insurance directly from an insurance company or be eligible through a plan offered by a group to which you belong. As you do with other insurance contracts, you pay premiums to purchase coverage and the insurer pays some or all of your healthcare costs, based on the terms of your contract. Some health insurance requires that you meet an annual deductible before the insurer begins to pay. There may also be co-insurance, which is your share, on a percentage basis, of each bill, or a copayment, which is a fixed dollar amount, for each visit.Health insurance varies significantly from plan to plan and contract to contract. Generally, most plans cover hospitalization, doctors' visits, and other skilled care. Some plans also cover some combination of prescription drugs, rehabilitation, dental care, and innovative therapies or complementary forms of treatment for serious illnesses.

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