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Combined Ratio Definition

The combined ratio, also called the combined ratio after policyholder dividends ratio, is a measure of profitability used by an insurance company to gauge how well it is performing in its daily operations. The combined ratio is calculated by taking the sum of incurred losses and expenses and then dividing them by the earned premium.

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