Americans Are Retiring Later, Dying Sooner and Sicker in Between
The U.S. age-adjusted mortality rate increased 1.2% between 2014 and 2015.
Actuary Sizes Up 2018 Individual Health Picture
Dave Dillon says many carriers could file products, then pull out.
Actuary group backs death data website
Mortality.org provides mortality data from 38 countries.
Some European countries seek private long-term care help
France, Germany, Spain and the U.K. hope insurance will hold down public spending.
9 factors that affect longevity
Longevity is increasing, but these nine factors play a role in how long people actually live.
17 unexpected expenses in retirement
Help clients learn about these potentially unforeseen retirement costs, which can cause both major and minor financial fallout.
SOA: Some actuaries are hungry for critical illness data
Participants in a data needs survey were less interested in information about accident insurance.
Higher interest rates: Don’t wish for too much, too fast
Some life insurers may become insolvent due to policyholder disintermediation, asset losses and ALM/liquidity issues.
Actuaries choose new LTC future shapers
Vince Bodnar will lead the SOA's LTC section.
Actuaries post LTCI terminations study
The data could help actuaries develop better LTC product performance assumptions.