Endowment

A life assurance policy that is designed to produce a lump sum to pay off an interest-only mortgage. There are different types of endowments.

Endowment

A life assurance policy that is designed to produce a lump sum to pay off an interest-only mortgage. There are different types of endowments.

endowment

  1. natural qualities or talents
  2. the capital that provides income for an institution
  3. the act of endowing with a permanent source of income

endowment

[n] - the capital that provides income for an institution 2. [n] - natural qualities or talents 3. [n] - the act of endowing with a permanent source of income
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Endowment

An investment product that a borrower pays into over the course of a mortgage that is designed to pay a lump sum which can then be used to repay a mortgage debt. (it also provides life cover of a certain amount). Endowments can be used alongside an interest only mortgage.
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Endowment

An endowment policy is a life assurance savings scheme which allows you to pay in a regular sum of money, usually on a monthly basis, for a fixed period of time, whilst providing you with life assurance. The money paid into the scheme can be invested in a range of different ways, including stocks and shares
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Endowment

A gift such as money or property to an institution for a given... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/endowment.htm?id=467&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of endowment'>more</a>
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Endowment

En·dow'ment noun 1. The act of bestowing a dower, fund, or permanent provision for support. 2. That which is bestowed or settled on a person or an institution; property, fund, or revenue permanently appropriated to any object; as, the endowment of a church, a hospital, or a coll...
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endowment

1. The act of bestowing a dower, fund, or permanent provision for support. ... 2. That which is bestowed or settled on a person or an institution; property, fund, or revenue permanently appropriated to any object; as, the endowment of a church, a hospital, or a college. ... 3. That which is given or bestowed upon the person or mind; gift of nature;...
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endowment

gift noun natural abilities or qualities
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endowment

noun the act of endowing with a permanent source of income; `his generous endowment of the laboratory came just in the nick of time`
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endowment

endowment fund noun the capital that provides income for an institution
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endowment

In a general equilibrium model, an individual's endowment is a vector made up of quantities of every possible good that the individual starts out with. Contexts: general equilibrium; models
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Endowment

Gift of money or property to a specified institution for a specified purpose.
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Endowment

• (n.) The act of bestowing a dower, fund, or permanent provision for support. • (n.) That which is bestowed or settled on a person or an institution; property, fund, or revenue permanently appropriated to any object; as, the endowment of a church, a hospital, or a college. • (n.) That which is given or bestowed upon the person or mi...
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endowment

(from the article `Mormon`) ...by proxy for those who died without knowledge of the truth. The Mormons` interest in genealogy proceeds from their concern to save the deceased ...
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Endowment

The amount of something that a person or country simply has, rather than their having somehow to acquire it. In the H-O Model of trade theory, endowments refer to primary factors of production, ignoring the fact that some of them -- especially capital and skill -- are deliberately accumulated.
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Endowment

[Latter Day Saints] In the theology of the Latter Day Saint movement, an endowment refers to a gift of `power from on high`, typically associated with Latter Day Saint temples. The purpose and meaning of the endowment varied during the life of movement founder Joseph Smith. The term has referred to many such gifts of heavenly power, includi...
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Endowment

n. the creation of a fund, often by gift or bequest from a dead person's estate, for the maintenance of a public institution, particularly a college, university or scholarship
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Endowment

[philosophy] Endowment (in philosophy) refers to the innate capacities of an individual, group, or institution. An individual`s `natural endowment` can be abilities, such as intelligence or strength, given at birth. An individual`s `social endowment` can be abilities attributed to the individual`s position within a social hierarchy. Accordi...
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Endowment

[Mormonism] In Mormonism, the endowment is an ordinance (ceremony) designed to prepare participants to become kings, queens, priests, and priestesses in the afterlife. As part of the ceremony, participants take part in a scripted reenactment of the Biblical creation and fall of Adam and Eve. The ceremony includes a symbolic washing and anoi...
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Endowment

A permanent fund bestowed upon an individual or institution, such as a university, museum, hospital,
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Endowment

Transfering asset ownership by signing the back of the asset's certificate.
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Endowment

Money or property given to an institution for a specific purpose. Most often, an endowment is a gift of money and the principal isn't spent -- instead, the income from the principal is used for the benefit of the institution or its members.
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endowment

natural abilities or qualities
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