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IRS Table I (Single Life Expectency)

Table I
(Single Life Expectancy)
(For Use by Beneficiaries)
       
Age Life Expectancy Age Life Expectancy
0 82.4 28 55.3
1 81.6 29 54.3
2 80.6 30 53.3
3 79.7 31 52.4
4 78.7 32 51.4
5 77.7 33 50.4
6 76.7 34 49.4
7 75.8 35 48.5
8 74.8 36 47.5
9 73.8 37 46.5
10 72.8 38 45.6
11 71.8 39 44.6
12 70.8 40 43.6
13 69.9 41 42.7
14 68.9 42 41.7
15 67.9 43 40.7
16 66.9 44 39.8
17 66.0 45 38.8
18 65.0 46 37.9
19 64.0 47 37.0
20 63.0 48 36.0
21 62.1 49 35.1
22 61.1 50 34.2
23 60.1 51 33.3
24 59.1 52 32.3
25 58.2 53 31.4
26 57.2 54 30.5
27 56.2 55 29.6
Table I Continued
(Single Life Expectancy)
(For Use by Beneficiaries)
       
Age Life Expectancy Age Life Expectancy
56 28.7 84 8.1
57 27.9 85 7.6
58 27.0 86 7.1
59 26.1 87 6.7
60 25.2 88 6.3
61 24.4 89 5.9
62 23.5 90 5.5
63 22.7 91 5.2
64 21.8 92 4.9
65 21.0 93 4.6
66 20.2 94 4.3
67 19.4 95 4.1
68 18.6 96 3.8
69 17.8 97 3.6
70 17.0 98 3.4
71 16.3 99 3.1
72 15.5 100 2.9
73 14.8 101 2.7
74 14.1 102 2.5
75 13.4 103 2.3
76 12.7 104 2.1
77 12.1 105 1.9
78 11.4 106 1.7
79 10.8 107 1.5
80 10.2 108 1.4
81 9.7 109 1.2
82 9.1 110 1.1
83 8.6 111 and over 1.0

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  1. […] the IRA where it is, and begin taking distributions based upon your own life (see Table I for the factors).  This is the default […]

  2. […] ¹ Life expectency is generally determined in these cases by the IRS Single Life Table, also known as Table I, which you can find by clicking this link. […]