fixed for life

fixed for life

Having enough money to live one's life easily and comfortably. Steve was fixed for life after winning the lottery.
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5 per cent that is fixed for life, no transfer to spouse upon death.
No longer do you have to buy an annuity fixed for life, although we should remember that this is quite often the preferred option
This income is generated when your provider uses your pension savings to purchase an annuity - and in most cases this income will be fixed for life.
Here's why it ticks so many boxes for our customers: Affordable premiums fixed for life .
Yesterday five Law Lords came to the same decision, saying Parliament regards gender at birth as fixed for life.
You can be loaned a lump sum against the value of your property at an interest rate which is fixed for life.
The settlement does require retirees to begin paying a premium, fixed for life, toward the cost of the coverage.
The income is fixed for life and there are no second chances.
Today five Law Lords agreed with Parliament which regards gender at birth as fixed for life.
It was previously thought that the nerve cells in the brain associated with appetite regulation were generated entirely during an embryo's development in the womb and therefore their numbers were fixed for life.
So too does the corollary question of whether sexual orientation is somehow an innate trait and thus fixed for life or whether it is malleable and thus changeable over time.
This works in a far more secure way in that a lump sum of capital is lent against the property at a interest rate which is fixed for life.
There have been home loans in the past with rates fixed for life, but the longest fixed rate I know of right now comes from the Britannia Building Society (0845 842 9429) of 5.
In Yours magazine she goes on to tell how Simon, one of the world's most eligible bachelors, has always had definite ideas about marriage which seem fixed for life.