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Baby Boomers Most Likely to Use an Online Source for Information on Life Insurance

Despite not growing up with the internet, LIMRA research finds Baby Boomers are most likely to say they used at least one online information source when shopping for life insurance.

While Financial Advisors Remain Top Source for Information, Consumers’ Interest in Online Research is Growing in U.S. and Canada

New LIMRA research finds that more U.S. and Canadian consumers are using online resources to learn about life insurance and other financial products.

Most employees spend less than an hour to decide their benefit coverage for the year

In new benefits research from LIMRA, 53 percent of employees said they spend less than one hour reviewing benefits information during their company’s open enrollment period.

Baby Boomers Are Just the Beginning….

For years researchers suggested that as the Baby Boom generation begins to retire, they will create a large statistical bump, which will subside as members of the generation pass.

More Consumers Use the Internet to Gather Reliable Information About Insurance

WINDSOR, Conn., May 29, 2009 — More than 85 percent of consumers surveyed view the Internet as a good source of information for insurance, according to a new LIMRA report.

Birthdays Most Likely to Spur Retirement Planning

Birthdays are cause for celebration but they can also prompt people to examine their life situation.

For Life Insurance, Online Doesn’t Mean Cheaper

When people go into a store to purchase a specific product, they often have researched to see how much the same product costs on the Internet.

2019 Insurance Barometer Study: Nearly Half of Americans More Likely to Buy Simplified Underwritten Life Insurance

Arlington, Va., and Windsor, Conn., April 1, 2019 – Almost half of Americans (47 percent) say they are more likely to buy life insurance using simplified underwriting, which generally means getting coverage more quickly and without a medical exam versus traditional underwriting approaches, according to new findings from the 2019 Insurance Barometer Study.