Sixty-three percent of Americans agree that most people need disability insurance, according to the LIMRA/Life Happens 2014 Insurance Barometer study.
A LIMRA study reveals that on average, U.S. consumers could correctly answer only 3 out of 10 questions in a survey on disability insurance.
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.
Consumers don’t understand disability insurance or their financial risks. Learn about the struggles they face and how many realize the need for clarity.
A new LIMRA study found that almost half of U.S. consumers believe that the majority of Americans will have government-provided health insurance within the next three to five years.
Insurance professionals will gather at 2017 Life Insurance Conference to learn more about how to overcome these misconceptions.
Four in 10 U.S. Households with Children Would Have Immediate Trouble Paying Bills if the Primary Breadwinner Died Today
If the Jeopardy! Game answer is: “The moment you start earning a paycheck,” then the question is: “When is the best time to buy disability insurance?”