comparative interest rate method


An interest-adjusted method of calculating the difference in cost between insurance policies. The comparative interest rate method is used to more clearly illustrate a difference in cost of a whole life policy and a decreasing term policy with a side fund. This comparison helps clients and agents determine the best type of insurance in a given scenario.
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