AARP’s 40 Questions

After you answer the questions — which takes just a few minutes — it spits out your calendar age, your biological age and your life expectancy; and a fourth category called "your Blue Zone years," (the difference between your calendar age and your biological age) which is basically years accrued or taken off because of your lifestyle habits and overall health. [link]

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  1. Larry C. says:

    Don’t tell the life insurance companies about this.

  2. Tom H. says:

    This gets to Bart’s comment on the next post. Are these the type of questions that we want insurers asking us?

  3. Joe S. says:

    Isn’t all this irrelevant unless the AARP formula can acually make valid predictions? Has anybody put the formula to the test?