An amount presented as part of interest-adjusted method of comparing cost of life policies, to consumers. The equivalent level annual dividend is meant to represent the part of the interest-adjusted payment and the cost that is, in effect, not guaranteed by the insurer, because dividends will change in the future as the insurer's experience changes. This amount gives the buyer an idea of the extent that nonguaranteed amounts affect the interest-adjusted payment and the cost of a policy.

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