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Financial terms starting with "V"

1. violation

2. valoren number

3. Vertical Sector

4. volatility smile

5. Vendor

6. Vacant Succession

7. Variable rated demand bond (VRDB)

8. videoconference

9. vanishing point

10. Value Proposition

11. Vagit Y. Alekperov

12. valuation fee

13. Value Index

14. vendors lien

15. vetting

16. Value Added Tax (VAT)

17. Value manager

18. Voice Directed

19. Voluntary Compliance

20. Value broker

21. value investing

22. verify

23. volatility rating

24. vanishing premium

25. Values At Current International Prices (at Current PPPs)

26. Variable Prepaid Forward

27. Visa

28. Vendee

29. Variable Costs

30. vitreous china

31. viscosity

32. Vital Event Record

33. Vocation

34. Visitors

35. vertical application

36. vise

37. VN

38. Variate Transformation

39. virgin soil

40. variable rate certificate

41. Valued Marine Policy

42. VDU

43. voluntary export restraint

44. Vertical Integration (of A Fishery)

45. verbatim

46. Viatical Settlement Companies

47. vinyl finishing trim

48. vendor financing

49. Venture Capital Firms

50. visual rights

51. Volcker rule

52. vinyl flooring

53. voting trust agreement

54. VNM

55. Valid

56. variable costing

57. vacuum

58. Variable Interest Entity - VIE

59. vinyl dual drip cap

60. VAT

61. Virus

62. Visegrad Group

63. VAT office

64. Valued Policy Law - VPL

65. Variance

66. voluntary contribution

67. Velocity

68. Volume-weighted Average Price Strategy

69. visegrip

70. Value Added Tax (VAT) SNA

71. VC

72. value reporting form

73. Venezuelan Bolivar

74. vent pipe

75. Venture Capital Funds

76. valley shield

77. Voice Recognition

78. Video-conferencing

79. Vest

80. Valuation Period

81. Volumes At Constant Exchange Rates Of Period T0

82. VU

83. ventilator

84. value line index

85. Vulnerability

86. vapor retarder

87. v-cap

88. volume price trend indicator (VPT)

89. Variance Estimation

90. Valuation Ratios

91. Vienna Convention

92. visible supply

93. Vested Benefit Obligation

94. value in exchange

95. Village Of Euclid V. Amber Realty (1926)

96. Virtual Corporation

97. Variable Prepaid Forward Contracts

98. vent

99. Value Updating

100. Volume Index Of Capital Services

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Long-term Care Insurance

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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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