without profits

without profits
without profits UK US adjective UK INSURANCE
used to describe an insurance agreement that only pays an agreed amount rather than one where some of the profits are also added: »

The company also issues endowment insurances, with and without profits.

Compare WITH-PROFITS(Cf. ↑with-profits)

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