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1. Free Enterprise

2. final product

3. Financial Auxiliaries

4. feathering

5. Flex File

6. Financial strategy

7. Formal Identifier

8. Financial Leasing Companies

9. fire yard

10. FTSE NASDAQ 500 Index

11. Financial Anti-Terrorism Act (FATA or PATRIOT Act) of 2001

12. FWC

13. Foreign Credit Insurance Association (FCIA)

14. Fahrenheit

15. franked dividend

16. Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) of 1993

17. forex trading robot

18. Fair Labor Standards Act - FLSA

19. Fixed base index

20. fitting

21. financial analyst

22. Federal ID Number

23. Fractional coins

24. Fmcg

25. Fiscal year-end

26. Financial Intermediation

27. funds withheld

28. Fair Market Value

29. Federal Savings and Loan

30. FR Y-9C

31. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

32. Fertility Rates, Total

33. fully diluted earnings per share

34. Felony Murder Doctrine

35. fractional reserve banking

36. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

37. full covenant and warranty deed

38. foundation coating

39. Fixed-income securities

40. Feasible set of portfolios

41. FSBO (For Sale by Owner)

42. Fixed In A Tangible Medium Of Expression

43. forced conversion

44. Financial Agencies

45. furniture, fixtures, and equipment (FF&E)

46. Freicoin

47. financial literacy

48. Foreign Insurance Company

49. fabricate

50. Fractal

51. Fund of funds (FOF)

52. Financial planner

53. four percent rule

54. Forward start option

55. For/At

56. Financial press

57. Fixed Capital

58. Fishers Ideal Index (volume)

59. Fungibility

60. Free Application for Federal Student Aid

61. furriers customers insurance

62. forward curve

63. following the fortunes

64. Floating securities

65. fully vested

66. flexible mutual fund

67. Fair Access to Insurance Requirements (FAIR) plans

68. Farm Credit Bank

69. financing

70. File-and-Use Rating Laws

71. Federal Agencies

72. Forest Health

73. financing activities

74. Flip-flop Floating Rate Note (FRN)

75. foreign exchange derivatives

76. Floor picture

77. futures option

78. Funding Rate

79. Fundamental Law Of Active Management

80. Fed. Cir.

81. forward outright rate

82. financial system

83. Financial analysis

84. Full-time Tertiary Level Student

85. filled-cell masonry

86. Farmer Mac - Federal Agricultural Mortgage Corporation - FAMC

87. fixed income

88. film build

89. Family of funds

90. Forklift

91. Fed model

92. financial institution buyer credit policy

93. Front-end Load Fund

94. FAC

95. forward premium (or discount)

96. free of particular average (English conditions) (FPAEC)

97. Financial Industry Regulatory Authority

98. financial futures market

99. fire legal liability

100. Factor Incomes

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Long-term Care Insurance

Categories: Insurance,

long-term care insurance is a policy designed to cover at least some of your expenses if you have a chronic but not life-threatening illness, long-term disability, or you are unable to live independently because you can't perform a number of the activities of daily living. Those activities typically include bathing, dressing, feeding yourself, taking medication, using the bathroom, and being able to move from a sitting to a standing position. Most contracts also cover cognitive impairments, such as Alzheimer's disease.Under the terms of most long-term care contracts, you can be cared for in a nursing home or at home. The insurance pays for custodial rather than skilled care, which must be provided by licensed professionals. That care is covered in part by Medicare and Medigap policies. Every policy provides a specific daily or monthly benefit for up to a predetermined benefit period. Each policy also has an elimination period, which lasts from the day you become eligible until the day the insurer begins to pay. You generally can choose the benefit, benefit period, and elimination period that makes the most sense to you and that you can afford.

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