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LIMRA Survey: Voluntary Benefits Sales Grow 9 Percent as Employers Navigate Impact of Affordable Care Act

A LIMRA survey shows that new annualized premium of voluntary benefits (benefits purchased at the worksite) grew 9 percent in 2013, totaling $4.3 billion.

Employers: Voluntary Benefits Can Improve Workplace Satisfaction

Since 2010, the United States job market has tightened up and competition for the best employees has intensified.

LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute: 4 in 10 Employers Believe Affordable Care Act Has Impacted Their Retirement Savings Plans

WINDSOR, Conn., April 10,2014 — According to a new LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute study, 43 percent of employers report the Affordable Care Act(ACA) has affected their current retirement benefits strategy and spending, and 45 percent believe ACA will change their retirement plans in the future.

LIMRA Survey: 7 in 10 of Employee Benefits Advisors Make Shocking (Not) Prediction of Negative Impact on Group Medical Insurance Sales due to ACA

Seventy-two percent of surveyed members of LIMRA's Employee Benefits Advisor Panel predict that health care reform will have a negative impact on sales of group medical insurance.

Led by Voluntary Life Sales, Worksite Offerings up 6 percent in 2015: LIMRA Survey

Voluntary life insurance sales grew 8 percent and supplemental health insurance sales grew 4 percent to boost overall group employee funded benefit sales in 2015, according to LIMRA’s U.S. Worksite Sales survey.

LIMRA Study Finds Employers Interested in Offering Voluntary Benefits

WINDSOR, Conn., Sept. 15, 2014 - A new LIMRA study finds 7 in 10 employers offer voluntary benefits to improve morale for their existing employees and to attract and retain new talent.

Employers Pessimistic About Benefit Costs Under PPACA – How Will This Impact Our Industry?

A new LIMRA survey of U.S. employers found more than half of employers have increased or plan to increase deductibles, co-pays or the contributions from employees to cover the cost of coverage for their medical plans.