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.
Windsor, CT, September 25, 2007 — Led by surging voluntary health offerings, second quarter 2007 worksite sales increased by 12 percent.
Windsor, Conn., April 22, 2015 — The latest results from LIMRA’s U.S. Worksite Sales survey shows voluntary benefits sales increased 5 percent in 2014 compared to 2013.
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.
- Industry Trends
- Distribution Channels
- Full Service Broker-Dealer
- Independent Broker-Dealer
- Registered Investment Advisor (RIA/IAR)
- Agency Building
- Multiple Line Exclusive Agency (MLEA)
- Independent Agency/Brokerage
- Private Employers
- Public Employers
- Small Businesses
- Workplace Benefits
- Insurance Products
- Dental Insurance
- Disability Insurance
- Health Insurance
- Life Insurance
- Long-Term Care Insurance
- Medical Insurance
What are the current penetration and participation rates for voluntary benefits? Do employers plan to introduce new employee-pay-all options to their workforce soon?
WINDSOR, Conn., Aug. 31, 2015—U.S. individual life insurance new annualized premium increased 8 percent in the second quarter 2015, according to LIMRA’s Second Quarter 2015 Retail Life Insurance Sales Survey.
WINDSOR, Conn., March 17, 2015—U.S. individual life insurance new annualized premium increased 1 percent in the fourth quarter 2015 – the sixth consecutive quarter of positive growth, according to LIMRA’s Fourth Quarter 2015 U.S. Retail Individual Life Insurance Sales Survey.
This report summarizes monthly 2007 results of worksite carriers' "new money" and guaranteed minimum interest rates for voluntary universal life, interest-sensitive whole life, and the fixed account of variable universal life (VUL) products on an aggregate basis. Twenty companies participated.
WINDSOR, Conn., Aug. 29, 2016—Individual life insurance new annualized premium increased 2 percent for the first half of 2016, compared with the first six months of 2015.