Exclusion Ratio

DEFINITION of 'Exclusion Ratio'

The portion of the return on investments that is income tax exempt. It represents a payback of initial investments rather than capital gains.

BREAKING DOWN 'Exclusion Ratio'

The exclusion ratio arises mainly through different forms of non-qualified insurance annuities.

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