The recent budget announcements have led to much greater flexibility in how people make use of their pension funds. However, there is also increased focus on how this can be done given the uncertainty in how long any individual will live.
Use our modeller to see how long you might live.
|What's your age?||Please enter a valid age!|
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Your life expectancy is:
But this doesn't mean you'll live that long. It's just an average rate. You might be unlucky and die earlier or you might live much longer than average.
In fact the distribution of when you might die looks like this:
Your lifestyle can make a difference. See how some common factors impact on life expectancy.
|5 a day?|
This means that there's a 0.0% chance you will live to 100. Or, in other words, 0 in every 1000 people of your age and lifestyle will live to at least 100.
Use the slider below to see the chance you make it to other ages:
You have a 0.0% chance you will live to 0. Or, in other words, 0 in every 1000 people of your age and lifestyle will live to at least 0.
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The data in this modeller is based on mortality data for self-administered pension schemes and projections produced by the CMI along with some approximate adjustments based on other mortality studies.