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Basic Information

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Health

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Lifestyle

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Result

See how your lifestyle impacts life expectancy 

Are you prepared for the possibility of outliving your retirement income, or not being able to meet your future long-term care or disability needs? Use this tool to predict the average number of years you can expect to live - and learn how life insurance can help you plan for today and the future.

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Life expectancy based on 2008 VBT Primary Table. Life Expectancy (LE) tables are based on actual mortality experience collected from sources such as life insurance companies and the Social Security Administration. LE tables show the average probability of death by a certain age. The LE data provided is not necessarily indicative of life expectancy, and the insured may live longer than indicated by the table. The LE tables used are not tailored to a particular situation or risk class; rather, they are based on population averages and are presented to help form a generalized idea of potential ages at death.

*As per Mayo Clinic article, High-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol is known as the "good" cholesterol because it helps remove other forms of cholesterol from your bloodstream. Higher levels of HDL cholesterol are associated with a lower risk of heart disease.

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