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life insurance company -- a type of financial intermediary that shares the financial risk of untimely death among its participants. The participants buy policies for which they pay stated, periodic premiums and are guaranteed a minimum payment to designated beneficiaries at the time of the policyholder's death. Policyholders may also use their policies to build up cash savings.
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