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Development, Evaluation and Analysis of a 20-Year Deferred Annuity Product

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  • Rohitha Goonatilake

    (Texas A&M International University, 5201, University Boulevard, Laredo, Texas 78041-1900)

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This project analyzes an annuity product that suits the needs of today's American family under moderate assumptions. It helps in the study of the pricing accuracy in a mutual life insurance company and to better understand the extent of the analysis and computations involved in developing a 20-year deferred annuity product designed for a group of 1000 people; ages ranging from 30 - 40 years and having a 5 year old child.

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  • Rohitha Goonatilake, 2004. "Development, Evaluation and Analysis of a 20-Year Deferred Annuity Product," Risk and Insurance 0409003, EconWPA.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpri:0409003 Note: Type of Document - pdf; pages: 11 . 11 pages, pdf
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    pricing accuracy; mutual life insurance company; 20-year deferred annuity product;

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