Please help with with changing this sentence to make it more reader friendly

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It is in your best interest to pay these premiums, as your cover amount will not increase in time and this could result in a shortfall in cover in the future.

asked Jul 19 '13 at 07:09 vanessa New member

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Two possibilities:  "Increases in coverage can only go into effect upon receipt of the new premium.  Therefore, it is in your best interest to send the new premium amount as soon as possible, to ensure you are fully covered."  "In order for your increase in coverage to go into effect, we will need to receive the new premium amount as soon as possible.  Until then, your policy will remain at the previous amount, which will be insufficient to cover a loss in full in the event a claim needs to be filed." 

link comment answered Jul 28 '13 at 05:09 PsyGuy New member
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Vanessa,

I'm not sure what the context is for this sentence, and that makes is a little more challenging.  I suggest that you try reduce wordiness in order to clarify the meaning.  Perhaps:

 

Your cover amount will not increase over time, therefore if you do not pay the premiums, you could face a shortfall in the furture.

 

I hope this helps.

link comment answered Jul 19 '13 at 10:26 Neznayou New member

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