Life Expectancy Method
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- certain method
- recalculation method
Definition of Life Expectancy Method
- A method used to determine the size of annuity payments that is calculated by dividing the value of the annuity by the annuitant's remaining life expectancy. For example, if a 65 year old woman has $1,000,000 saved in an annuity and has an estimated life expectancy of twenty years, by using the life expectancy method she should withdraw $50,000 from the annuity each year ($1,000,000 divided by 20).
Related Terms and Acronyms
- Annuitization — Bank,
- The process of turning a retirement plan or annuity into income in the form of periodic payments or a single lump sum.
- Straight Life Annuity — Definition,
- An annuity that stops all payments upon the annuitant's death.
- Annuity — Bank,
- A financial instrument that disperses a number of payments over a set period of time.
- A regular periodic payment made by an insurance company to a policyholder for a specified period of time.
- Split-Funded Annuity — Bank,
- Two annuities purchased together, one with a deferred payout and the other with an immediate payout.
- Deferred Annuity — Bank,
- An annuity that makes payments to the annuitant at some date in future instead of immediately.
- Tax Deferred Annuity (TDA) — Bank, Important,
➥ More commonly known as a Tax Sheltered Annuity (TSA).
- A type of annuity where taxes are deferred until the annuitant decides to withdraw money from the annuity.
- Annuity Table — Bank,
- A table that can be used to find the future value of an annuity.
- Payout Phase — Bank,
- The phase of a deferred annuity where the annuity begins to make payments to the annuitant.
- Substandard Health Annuity — Definition,
- An annuity with increased income payments for people with shorter life expectancies due to medical conditions.
- Present Value Interest Factor of Annuity (PVIFA) — Bank,
- A method used to find an annuity's present value.
- Life Annuity — Definition,
- An annuity that will continue to make payments until the death of the annuitant.
- Commissioners' Reserve Valuation Method — Bank,
- A method used to determine the minimum statutory reserves for annuities and insurance products.
- Annuity Factor Method — Bank,
- A way of determining the maximum amount an annuitant can withdraw from an annuity before penalties are applied.
- Accumulation Period (AP) — Bank, Important,
- The period where an investor continues to put money into his or her investment(s).