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What do the red, amber and black highlighted boxes around the life expectancy ages mean?


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Question:

What do the red, amber and black highlighted boxes around the life expectancy ages mean?

Answer:

If the age is highlighted in red, the client’s money is most likely to run out three years or more before the age that they might live to, based on a 50% chance.

If the age is highlighted in amber, the client’s money is most likely to run out two years or less before the age that they might live to, based on a 50% chance.

The age will also be highlighted in amber if the money is likely to last for two years beyond the age the client may live to.

If the age is highlighted in black, the client is most likely not to run out of money during their lifetime, based on a 50% chance.

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