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mortality table

A compilation of the death rates of individuals according to specific demographic characteristics (e.g., age, race, sex) or specific health status (e.g., accidental death, death during childbirth, or death caused by cancer).
See also: table
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(A changeover has just been made to the 2001 Commissioners Standard Ordinary mortality tables; but most of today's in-force products are based on earlier tables--the 1980 CSO or the 1961 CSO tables.
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* Authorize VA to revise its premium schedule for SDVI to reflect current mortality tables. Premium rates are still based on mortality tables from 1941, thereby costing disabled veterans more for government life insurance than is available on the commercial market.
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