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Aggregate Mortality Table
A table showing the number of deaths of policyholders relative to the total number of persons who have purchased life insurance. Unlike an ultimate mortality table, an aggregate mortality table does not account for the ages of policyholders or the number of years they owned their policies before dying. Therefore, it may not provide as accurate a picture as some other mortality tables; nevertheless, an actuary may use it to help price policies appropriately.
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