Combination contract

Combination contract -
(1) Definition. A “combination contract” is a contract (other than a contract described in section 848(e)(3)) that provides two or more types of insurance coverage, at least one of which if offered separately would be a life insurance contract, an annuity contract, or a noncancellable or guaranteed renewable accident and health insurance contract.
(2) Treatment of premiums on a combination contract -
(i) In general. If the premium allocable to each type of insurance coverage is separately stated on the insurance company's annual statement (or could be separately stated if the insurance company were required to file the annual statement for life and accident and health companies), the premium allocable to each type of insurance coverage in a combination contract is subject to the capitalization rate, if any, that would apply if that coverage was provided in a separate contract. If the premium allocable to each type of insurance coverage in a combination contract is not separately stated, the entire premium is subject to the highest capitalization percentage applicable to any of the coverages provided.
(ii) De minimis premiums. For purposes of this paragraph (g)(2) -
(A) A de minimis premium is not required to be separately stated;
(B) In determining the highest capitalization percentage applicable to a combination contract, the coverage to which a de minimis premium is allocable is disregarded;
(C) If the separate statement requirement of this paragraph (g)(2) is satisfied, a de minimis premium is treated in accordance with its characterization on the insurance company's annual statement; and
(D) Whether a premium for an insurance coverage is de minimis is determined by comparing that premium with the aggregate of the premiums for the combination contract. A premium that is not more than 2 percent of the premium for the entire contract is considered de minimis. Whether a premium that is more than 2 percent is de minimis is determined based on all the facts and circumstances.
(3) Example. The principles of this paragraph (g) are illustrated by the following example.
(h) Group life insurance contract -
(1) In general. A life insurance contract (as defined in paragraph (c) of this section) is group life insurance contract if -
(i) The contract is a group life insurance contract under the applicable law;

Source

26 CFR § 1.848-1


Scoping language

None
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