Future interests (actuarial science)

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This article is about actuarial valuation of income streams. For legal property interests, see Future interest.

Future interests is the subset of actuarial math that divides enjoyment of property -- usually the right to an income stream either from an annuity, a trust, royalties, or rents -- based usually on the future survival of one or more persons (natural humans, not juridical persons such as corporations).