Myth: Becoming a Parent or Getting Married Prompts the Majority of People to Shop and Buy Life Insurance
New LIMRA research revealed that 6 in 10 new parents and 7 in 10 newly married or divorced couples do not shop or buy life insurance within two years of having a baby or getting married or divorced.
Inaugural member governance has now established the full-year 2019 path forward and the founding members are eager to expand membership.
We are focusing on industry issues that will experience meaningful change in 2019, including individual products, consumers, and fraud.
In fewer than 10 years, people born after 1996 will constitute about 20 percent of the U.S. workforce. That's an almost equal share of the U.S. workforce population with Millennials and Gen Xers.
The Insurance Cross-Purchase Survey: How Consumers Buy Life Insurance from Multi-Line Companies (2011)
Interact with select results from LIMRA’s Insurance Cross-Purchase Survey and receive instant, customized analysis with the click of a button! You can analyze various consumer groups by where they bought their life insurance, why they did or did not choose to buy it with their auto insurance company, and how they shop for and purchase automobile insurance.
A common device of motivational speakers is to point out the reasons big things in our lives don't get accomplished.
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