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Among their asks: More opt-outs for states from ACA requirements through expanding use of the law's 1332 waivers and easing of its regulations on short-term insurance plans and actuarial value minimums.
But this is the first time politics have directly required them to make rate-setting assumptions based on anything other than actuarial tables, mathematical probabilities and government guarantees.
Public employers are facing a series of budget-busting pension cost increases in the next six years to dig out of their deep actuarial deficits with the pension system.
Sze had worked as actuarial consultant, after completing a degree mathematics and quantitative economics.
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Legal Definition of actuarial
1 : of or relating to actuaries
2 : relating to statistical calculation especially of life expectancy
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