Essential Number For Retirement Planning: Your Personal Life Expectancy
You’ve probably seen the Prudential Financial stickers ad. A professor asks: “How old is the oldest person you’ve known?” In response, hundreds of folks place age stickers on a wall. The message is that you too can live to 100 and need Prudential’s help to plan for it. But a more useful (if less catchy) question would be: How old is the oldest person you’ve known, of your own sex, that you are directly related to? Or even better: What was the result when you ran the Living To 100 Life Expectancy Calculator? (The calculator incorporates findings from the New England Centenarian Study, the largest survey of centenarians and their families in the world.) Read more…
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