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Group universal life products (GULP)

Group universal life products (GULP) refers universal life insurance plans sold to members of a group, such as individual employees of an employer.

There are some differences between GULP plans and individual universal life plans; for instance, GULP expense charges are generally lower than those assessed against individual policies.

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