While the recent impact of the pandemic is not yet reflected in the life expectancy tables, life expectancies in the United States continue to increase as more people are living to older ages. This chart shows the probability that 65-year-old same-sex couples today will reach various ages. For those assigned female at birth, the chance for a long life is magnified, with a more than even chance at least one non-smoker in excellent health will live past age 95. For couples assigned male at birth who are non-smokers in excellent health, nearly 4 in 10 are expected to live to age 95 or beyond. Individuals should plan for living well beyond the midpoint of life expectancy.