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Living Longer: To 100 and Beyond

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Get To Know the Older You

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When it comes to saving for retirement, are you saving enough for the older you?

Will the Environment Age With Us?

An investigation into the impact of a living longer society.

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Considering the Very Long Life Scenario

Face it: you might live much longer than you expect. If you’re 40 years old, actuaries expect you to live another 40 years or so. But current lifespan projections don’t account for the likelihood of major advances in medical technology during the coming decades.

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The Behavior Behind Living Longer

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Thanks to modern medicine, overprotective parents, smoking laws and salads, Americans are living longer than ever before. It can be hard to imagine ourselves that far in the future. But the more we think about it, the better we'll be able to prepare.

The Challenges of Living Longer

Thanks to advances in medical technology and a thriving society, Americans can now look forward to living much longer than ever before. In the early 1900s, average U.S. life expectancy was around 45-50 years; today, Americans who are alive at age 65 can expect to live, on average, another twenty years.

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