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actuarial report

The product of an actuary's study of an organization's loss experience using probability theory and other methods of statistical analysis is called an actuarial report.

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An actuarial report can be used to determine an insured's projected losses, a self-insured's liability accruals, the adequacy of a property-casualty (P&C) insurer's statutory loss reserves, or a life insurer's unearned premium (technical) reserves. It may be the basis of rate development.

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