In an insurance context, one is often interested in the distribution function of a sum of random variables (rv's). Such a sum appears when considering the aggregate claims of an insurance portfolio over a certain reference period. It also appears when considering discounted payments related to a single policy or a portfolio, at different future points in time. The assumption of mutual independence between the components of the sum is very convenient from a computational point of view, but sometimes not a realistic one. In The Concept of Comonotonicity in Actuarial Science and Finance: Theory, we determined approximations for sums of rv's, when the distributions of the components are known, but the stochastic dependence structure between them is unknown or too cumbersome to work with. Practical applications of this theory will be considered in this paper. Both papers are to a large extent an overview of recent research results obtained by the authors, but also new theoretical and practical results are presented. (C) 2002 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.