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Financial terms starting with "E"

1. energy return on investment (EROI)

2. Effective net worth

3. Extensible Markup Language - XML

4. electrical resistance

5. Energy Sources

6. employees as additional insureds

7. Exposure To Foreign Exchange Risk

8. Expected future cash flows

9. expiration Friday

10. estimated current return

11. Expenditure Weights

12. economic base

13. Employment Authorization Document (Ead)

14. ETB

15. Early Adopter

16. E-Zine

17. employee as lessor endorsement

18. event risk

19. Eurodollar floating-rate certificate of deposit

20. ECB

21. Employee Stock Ownership Plan

22. Equal Weighted

23. Employment-based Settlers

24. extreme point rule

25. exceed

26. Extension Strategy

27. Earnings before interest, taxes, and depreciation (EBITD)

28. equity buildup

29. embargo

30. Extra Cost (criterion)

31. Emoticon

32. elevation map

33. Export Credit Agency

34. Executed Contract

35. exempt motor carrier

36. ECS

37. European Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotation (EASDAQ)

38. Entry Of An Inland Waterways Transport (IWT) Vessel

39. Exponential Growth

40. Equipment leasing partnership

41. elective benefits

42. Environmental Quality

43. Environmental Externalities

44. Estimation

45. expensive


47. European, Australia, and Far East index (EAFE index)

48. Electronic Funds Transfer Systems

49. Economically Deliverable Supply

50. Exchange of stock

51. Elements (Of A Case)

52. Essential Job Functions

53. EDMS

54. easement in gross

55. extrinsic facts test

56. extended hours trading

57. Eir

58. election

59. Employment Protection

60. Entrepreneur

61. Earnings Expectation Management

62. entrepot port

63. earnout

64. Ex-legal

65. Editing Bounds

66. Euro Interbank Offer Rate (EURIBOR)

67. Experian

68. Emerging market

69. English-Only Rule

70. EFTA

71. excluded commodity

72. expansive soil

73. Evolutionary Goods

74. Euro Coins

75. earnings warning

76. external depreciation

77. Extinguishment

78. Extended Generation Of Income Account

79. Error of Principle

80. economic derivative

81. Eco-domestic Product

82. estimator

83. English bond

84. Euro-medium term note (Euro-MTN)

85. engineered 24 inch framing

86. Electronic Funds Transfer Systems (efts)

87. Eighth[-ed]

88. Enhanced Toronto Terms

89. earnings before interest, dividends, depreciation, and amortization (EBIDDA)

90. evaluate

91. equally

92. Eco-development

93. Effective Assistance Of Counsel

94. exclusive remedy

95. Euro-note

96. export led growth

97. Employer

98. Expert Witness

99. Edutainment

100. excess spread

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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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