Insurance Q&A Series - What is a Deductible?
An Insurance deductible is the portion of a claim the client is responsible for paying.
It can be expressed either as a specific amount for each claim or as a percentage such as 5%.
It can be important to remember that a deductible is only one potential deduction at the time of a claim and there are other deductions that may apply in different scenarios such as:
Co-Insurance Penalties, Depreciation (Actual Cash Value), Taxes (Usually for GST registered companies) among others.
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