In the case of financial products with income and/or expenses in future periods – such as an insurance contract – this refers to the determination of the present value (discounted value). – Contractually agreed cash flows are generally discounted to the point of valuation as expected values, taking into account a suitable risk premium. – See discounting, discounted value, capitalized earnings value.
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