A type of business interruption insurance that provides funds in the amount of profit lost if an insurable event, such as property damage, occurs.
Tools, policies, and procedures used by actuaries when examining data in order to estimate risk.
A type of credit card scam in which the customer does not physically present the card to the merchant during the fraudulent transaction.
Liabilities that a hospital or medical facility faces for the medical staff that it allows to practice.
Liabilities from the provision of counseling services.
The percentage of consumers whose unpaid balances credit card companies are unable to collect.
A single deductible that is designed to pay for losses from different types of risks.
A type of credit card scam in which the card is physically presented to the merchant during the fraudulent transaction.
A track record of poor repayment history on one or more loans or credit cards.
A regulation created by the U.S. government that states that individuals cannot be discriminated upon via factors that are not directly related to their creditworthiness.