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Bad drivers pay more for car insurance but do they know it also affects the price of life insurance?

During this Fourth of July holiday weekend AAA the automotive and travel association estimates that 41.9 million people will travel at least 50 miles from home with 85 percent of them going by car.

Consumers Say They're Primed to Buy More Life Insurance

Windsor, CT, April 6, 2005 — In a broad survey of American households, nearly half said they believe they need more life insurance and more than one-quarter said they actually expect to purchase more in the coming year - a decision that would add trillions of dollars of coverage to the amount already in force.

Middle-Market Consumers Value Trust over Price When Buying Life Insurance Online

Back in the 1700's English theologian Isaac Watts said "Learning to trust is one of life's most difficult tasks."

Do Employers REALLY Know What Employees Want?

Open Enrollment season is rapidly approaching and while employees will start to think of what they want and need, employers have been contemplating this for months.

2021 Insurance Barometer Study Reveals Common Misconceptions That Prevent Americans from Getting Life Insurance They Know They Need

Despite record-high consumer intent in purchasing life insurance, new research finds too many Americans mistakenly feel life insurance is financially out of reach or too difficult to obtain.

LIMRA Study: Many Americans Don't Fully Read Retirement Plan Disclosures; Few Know What Fees They Pay

WINDSOR, Conn., Aug 27, 2012- Two-thirds of Americans with defined contribution (DC) plans or IRAs admit to spending less than five minutes examining their retirement plan disclosures — one in five say they rarely or never read the disclosure paperwork at all.

You Know You Need it. Let’s Talk About Life Insurance

The pandemic has highlighted something most people don’t want to think about — what would happen to their loved ones should they unexpectedly die. According to new findings from the 2021 Insurance Barometer Study, conducted annually by LIMRA and Life Happens, 42% of American households would face financial hardship within six months should a wage earner die unexpectedly; 25% would suffer financially within a month.

Drivers for Successful Advisors

As advisor practice models continue to blur, LIMRA-EY research finds the most successful insurance advisors have expanded their business to include investments, estate and trust planning, as well as retirement planning.