from The Century Dictionary.
- After the manner of an actuary; in an actuarial way.
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- adverb By
- adverb In a manner performed by an
- adverb From an actuarial perspective.
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"At some point their rates will be what we call actuarially sound," Sink said.
If any private insurance company "actuarially" computed and reported its net liabilities this way, its top executives would wind up in the cell next to the guys from Enron and Worldcom.
First, the state must bring its books into real balance, including actuarially sufficient payments for pensions and retiree health care.
The fact that these programs are * actuarially unsound* in a * big way* is what people like Prof. DeLong should be banging their heads about, rather than the Bush defict increase, which is tiny in comparison.
Rating by astrology would not be actuarially sound.
The public plan would be actuarially sound, would not leverage Medicare to force providers to participate or use Medicare payment rates, and would have to adhere to the same rules regarding reserve funds.
The beauty of social insurance is that it is actuarially unsound.
The public plan would also adhere to the following conditions of fair competition: it would have to be actuarially sound, would not leverage Medicare to force providers to participate or use Medicare payment rates, and would have to adhere to the same rules regarding reserve funds.
Or, actuarially speaking, there is some chance that Rubio could drop dead but $1. 1mil seems to be a bad bet on that.
According to the bill, the plans would need to provide benefits that are “actuarially equivalent to approximately 70 percent of the full actuarial value.”