Risk Reality Calculator
Only 1 in 10 of us have long term financial protection in place, use the LV= Risk Reality Calculator to identify the chances of needing financial protection.
In case you’re wondering how the results are calculated
The LV= Risk Reality Calculator gives a guide of something happening to you up to a certain age. It doesn’t reflect the chances of something happening at any given point in time. It’s generally accepted the older you get, the higher the chance of something happening to you which would stop you from being able to work.
The statistics used by the LV= Risk Reality Calculator are based on a large number of people and give a reasonable guide to the average likelihood of one of the described events happening. However, we also recognise that everyone is unique, so the results should be used as a rough guide and preferably talked through with your qualified Mortgage & Protection Adviser.
The results give the probability of any one of the three described events happening between your clients current age and their planned retirement age which they’ve selected on the calculator (between ages 55 – 70). The later they retire, the higher the chance of something happening, and this will be reflected in their personalised risk report.
The results are given separately for each person, as well as a combination if two people are included. For the combined results for two people, the probabilities for each person are based on different periods of time, depending on their current age and the retirement age they’ve selected on the calculator. It’s assumed that the chances of something happening to each life are not linked (the lives are independent).
Source: LV=, County Gates, Bournemouth, BH1 2NF, UK
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