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How to model Variable Premium Term Insurance

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The normal way to enter the effect of term insurance is at the top right of the insurance window. Of course, the premium is a single/constant amount. For variable term, we have to be a bit more clever... leave the premium blank, keeping the benefit in place and.... here's the trick.... enter the discretely varying premiums in the 'non taxable income/expense' column of the data entry grid as negative amounts!

Plus, you can label the column as 'insurance premiums' which will display in the cash flow report. (click on the heading at the top of the data entry grid)

Not the most elegant solution, but it works. And, it is a heck of a lot more accurate than a spreadsheet-based solution.

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