Shows additional years of life expectancy for each individual and each person's age at the end of that life expectancy. It also shows the probability that the individual will live to the end of his life expectancy.
The Individual Statistics also show the age to which a person has a 50% chance of living. This age is called the median age of death. It is the age by which half of a large group of people the same age will have died. Generally, younger individuals have a median age of death that is longer than their life expectancy, while older individuals have a median of death that is shorter than their life expectancy.
Finally, the Individual Statistics results show the probability that each individual will survive the other. This result is important for estate planning purposes and for business transfer and buy-sell purposes.