How to calculate a $3,500 deductible for an individual’s property insurance policy

How to get a $2,500 deduction for the cost of an individual property insurance premium in 2018, based on data from the Federal Trade Commission, The Associated Press and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

The data comes from the American Insurance Association, which released its annual Property Insurance Premiums 2018.

The analysis uses data from insurers, states and individual consumers.

The numbers are based on 2017 data that covers about 2.6 million policies sold through private insurers nationwide, the AP said.

Property insurers generally sell policies for about $1,000 to $2.5 million.

State laws vary by state, but they generally allow insurers to deduct up to 10 percent of the premium, with the highest limit at about $5,000 for individual policies.

That’s a deduction of about $2 million for an average policy, according to the AP.

It’s a smaller deduction than the deductible for coverage under a standard auto policy, which is usually 10 percent.

The deduction is based on the amount a policyholder paid for the policy in 2017.

The deductibility for coverage by an individual in a policy sold through an individual insurance company depends on the individual’s income and how much coverage is sold.

In some states, the deductibility is limited to $500 for individual coverage.

Some plans sold through a policy company may include a maximum deductible.

For that type of coverage, the maximum deductible is based primarily on the policies premium, which may vary depending on the type of plan.

The maximum deductible for a policy is calculated by adding the policyholder’s premium plus a deductible.

The deductible is calculated as a percentage of the policy’s premium.

For example, if a policy costs $1 million for 2017 and $500,000 in 2018 coverage, then the maximum deduction for coverage is 5 percent.

If a policy cost $2 billion in 2017 and the maximum was $1.2 billion, then there would be a maximum deduction of $1 billion for coverage.