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with-profits

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Definition of with-profits in English:

adjective

British
(Of an insurance policy) allowing the holder to receive a share of the profits made by the company, typically in the form of a bonus.
Example sentences
  • The shares will be distributed to all holders of a with-profits insurance policy at the time of listing.
  • In addition to scrapping its mortgage promise, it announced changes to the way it is to pay bonuses to its with-profits customers.
  • In cashing in the policy you will miss out on the terminal bonus, which in the past has made up a major proportion of maturity value of with-profits policies.

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