longevity / retirement

How long are you likely to live? An important figure for retirement planning

“How often do you eat red meat? Do you exercise regularly? Cancer in your family? Did you go to college?”

“These questions – among the varied and complex predictors of longevity – are packed into a calculator that will estimate how long you could live. The calculator was created by Dr. Thomas Perls, an expert on longevity and the genetics of aging at Boston University.”

Living to 100: https://livingto100.com/

“The Living to 100 Life Expectancy Calculator uses the most current and carefully researched medical and scientific data in order to estimate how old you will live to be. Most people score in their late eighties… how about you?”

“The calculator asks you 40 quick questions related to your health and family history, and takes about 10 minutes to complete. At the end, you will be asked to create an account to store your answers.”

Thanks to the Squared Away Blog: https://squaredawayblog.bc.edu/squared-away/how-long-will-you-live-try-this/

Source: Financial Planning for Women