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The UK ranks global average expectancy All have average life expectancies of 57.
The difference in life expectancies reported by the 3 firms, Best said, ranged from 8 months to as many as 24.
If I were living in parts of the country with those sorts of life expectancies, I would want .
Best of a real portfolio showed that the average economic value of a portfolio of policies with 9-10 year life expectancies is 15% of face value, while the range is from 4% to 26%.
The life expectancies used in computing the 2001 and 2002 distributions are 21.
Life expectancies for the South Wales communities all fall well below the average for Wales, which is 77.
While the title of his presentation referred to life expectancies as a "growing concern," he said a more accurate label may be "a ticking time bomb.
Perhaps surprisingly, near the deterministic and stochastic life expectancies, calculated settlement prices decrease at a rate of $8,000 to $9,000 per additional month of assumed lifetime.
counties live on average until around age 83, while men in a south-central portion of South Dakota, where there are two Indian reservations, have life expectancies of only 61 years.
If a participant's entire interest is not paid by the required beginning date, April 1st of the following year in which the participant attains age 70 1/2, payments must be made either over the participant's lifetime, the lifetimes of the participant and a designated beneficiary, or over a period not exceeding the participant's life expectancy or the joint life expectancies of the participant and a designated beneficiary.
life expectancies much above the current average of about 75 years.
Based on the consultants' analysis and subsequent recommendations, as well as on recommendations of its own director of medical underwriting, in January 2005 21st Services implemented substantial and material enhancements to its life expectancy estimation model, which resulted in longer average life expectancies in the aggregate.