For the purposes of this subchapter:
(1) "Charitable gift annuity" means a transfer of cash or other property by a donor to a charitable organization in return for an annuity payable over one or two lives, under which the actuarial value of the annuity is less than the value of the cash or other property transferred and the difference in value constitutes a charitable deduction for federal tax purposes, but does not include a charitable remainder trust or a charitable lead trust or other similar arrangement where the charitable organization does not issue an annuity and incur a financial obligation to guarantee annuity payments.
(2) "Contract owner" means the owner named in the annuity contract or certificate holder in the case of a group annuity contract.
(3) "Determinable elements" means elements that are derived from processes or methods that are guaranteed at issue and not subject to company discretion, but where the values or amounts cannot be determined until some point after issue. These elements include the premiums, credited interest rates (including any bonus), benefits, values, noninterest based credits, charges or elements of formulas used to determine any of these. These elements may be described as guaranteed but not determined at issue. An element is considered determinable if it was calculated from underlying determinable elements only, or from both determinable and guaranteed elements.
(4) "Funding agreement" means an agreement for an insurer to accept and accumulate funds and to make one or more payments at future dates in amounts that are not based on mortality or morbidity contingencies.
(5) "Generic name" means a short title descriptive of the annuity contract being applied for or illustrated such as "single premium deferred annuity".
(6) "Guaranteed elements" means the premiums, credited interest rates (including any bonus), benefits, values, noninterest based credits, charges or elements of formulas used to determine any of these, that are guaranteed and determined at issue. An element is considered guaranteed if all of the underlying elements that go into its calculation are guaranteed.
(7) "Nonguaranteed elements" means the premiums, credited interest rates (including any bonus), benefits, values, noninterest based credits, charges or elements of formulas used to determine any of these, that are subject to company discretion and are not guaranteed at issue. An element is considered nonguaranteed if any of the underlying nonguaranteed elements are used in its calculation.
(8) "Structured settlement annuity" means a "qualified funding asset" as defined in section 130(d) of the Internal Revenue Code or an annuity that would be a qualified funding asset under section 130(d) but for the fact that it is not owned by an assignee under a qualified assignment.
History: Sec. 33-1-313 and 33-20-308, MCA; IMP, Sec. 33-20-308, MCA; NEW, 1998 MAR p. 2012, Eff. 12/31/98; AMD, 1999 MAR p. 508, Eff. 7/1/99.