Disability Insurance Awareness Month - More than a quarter of employees underestimate the chance of becoming disabled before retirement
Employees who choose not to enroll in nonmedical benefits, like disability insurance, often say they don’t need the coverage. In fact, more than one in four 20-year-olds will experience a disability for 90 days or more before they reach 67, according to the Social Security Administration.
Disability Insurance Awareness Month – Only 20% of Consumers Own Disability Insurance Despite Almost Half Saying They Need It
According to LIMRA research, paying for basic living expenses if one becomes disabled is one of the top five financial concerns consumers have, but 8 in 10 consumers don’t own disability insurance.
Disability Insurance Awareness Month: An Opportunity to Learn About Important Insurance Coverage
May is Disability Insurance Awareness Month (DIAM). Each year, LIMRA joins Life Happens, which created and coordinates the DIAM campaign, along with others in the insurance industry, to raise awareness about the importance of income protection.
Life Insurance Awareness Month
In this episode of LIMRA Unplugged, LIMRA Research Director Alison Salka reached out to some of our member companies to get their viewpoints on the importance of life insurance in recognition of September being Life Insurance Awareness Month.
Employers Underestimate the Value Their Younger Employees Place on Benefits
A LIMRA study found that employers underestimate how important benefits are to their younger employees.
2020 Life Insurance Awareness Month
In this episode of LIMRA Unplugged Lite, LIMRA reached out to executives at our member companies to get their perspectives on the importance of life insurance.