Actuarial Rate

Actuarial Rate

An estimate of the future loss on a pension fund based on historical loss under similar circumstances. The actuarial rate may be right or wrong, and can result in an actuarial gain or an actuarial loss for the company. See also: Actuarial Assumptions.
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To keep premiums affordable, they are set at a level that is, in aggregate, below the actuarial rate and involves large subsidies from low-risk insureds to high-risk insureds.
The company aims to achieve an annual return in line with the requirements of the actuarial rate and will try to improve it.
A different method of compensating the permanently injured worker was developed, justifying a 16 percent actuarial rate reduction in costs.
The three-year actuarial rate of local or regional recurrence was less than 2 percent in this group.
One of the sticking points over renewal is the subsidy that the program provides to policyholders who pay less than the actuarial rate for coverage.
This performance exceeds the pension fund's actuarial rate of return assumption of 7.
Congress, however, acted in 2012 without understanding the actuarial rate phase-in exposed political deals going back to 1972 that subsidized flood-insurance rates in critical areas, for example, Louisiana and Florida.
Of the 1,449 patients (1,440 treated) with early-stage breast cancer, 37 patients had an ipsilateral breast tumor recurrence (IBTR), for a five-year actuarial rate of 3.
The system will generate information that supports program planning and evaluation, financial reporting, healthcare utilization management, Medicaid eligibility analysis, actuarial rate setting, and other functions.
Duration of the loan: 2655 days with a maturity on 31st December, 2011 Premium: 11,73%, so a reimbursement price of euro 36,20 per bond Annual interest rate: 5,5% paid annually on 31st December Actuarial rate of return in case of repayment at maturity: 6,80% Conversion rate: one bond for one new share
He is commenting on legislation now being considered by the Senate that would defer the imposition of actuarial rate hikes imposed by a 2012 law while Congress and the executive branch complete an affordability study.
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