Age Change

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Age Change

The date on which a person's age, for insurance purposes, changes. In most life insurance contracts, the age change is the date midway between the insured's natural birth date from one year to the next; health insurers often use the age of the previous birth date for insurance rate determinations.
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They said: "We believe that bringing forward the age at which women affected by the pension age changes could claim their free transport pass would go some way to addressing their grievances and reduce the burden that they are currently saddled with through no fault of their own.
Retirement age changes have cost some at least pounds 11,000.
And women in their mid-50s will lose more than pounds 5,000 from pension age changes.
In December, Bulgaria's Parliament expectedly rejected the suspensive veto imposed by outgoing President Georgi Parvanov on retirement age changes.
A number of other EU countries, in particular those mired in financial crisis, have announced retirement age changes this year.
The retirement age changes would only apply to new hires.
Tomographic measure-ments of age changes in the human parotid gland.
Yes, regardless of when or whether the voting age changes, Muslims will continue to outnumber Christians in a continually rising ratio.
My primary care doctor is unconcerned and has stated that these are normal age changes. I take a multivitamin and warfarin for occasional atrial fibrillation.
The report marked the start of a two-year countdown to women's pension age changes.
This means that while they may seem as fit as a fiddle, exercise should be scaled back as old age changes begin to be noticed.
The book introduces readers to the seven families of North American shorebirds, details current threats to shorebird populations, and outlines plumage patterns, molting, and age changes. More than 870 color photos capture birds close-up and in the context of their habitats.