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  • A private investment fund that is open to a limited range of investors and is allowed to make more risky and short-term investments than other funds to earn as much as possible.
  • A person legally entitled to the property of another on that person's death.
  • A type of insurance that covers either the property or its contents from theft, fire, flooding or other damage.
  • A designated portion of a pastor’s salary (officially designated in advance of payment) for the amount actually used to provide or rent a home not to exceed the fair market rental value of the home (including furnishings, utilities, garage, etc.).