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Old 06-02-2018, 06:24 AM
JuniorASA JuniorASA is offline
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Default High Age Mortality Rates Proxy

Hi all, Currently, I have a standard mortality rates up to age 100. If I would like to extend the mortality rates from age 100 to say age 110, is there any standard actuarial extrapolation approach I could use to serve for this purpose? Thanks,
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