A new LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute study finds that two thirds (66 percent) of women who work with a financial advisor want to stay with that advisor for the rest of their lives.
A LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute survey revealed that among consumers aged 50 -75 with $100,000 or more in household income women are more likely than men to be concerned about running out of money in retirement (46 percent vs. 35 percent).
Women’s roles in our society have changed over the past 50 years with more women receiving degrees and joining the workforce. Nearly 60 percent of women were in the U.S. labor force in 2016, and the proportion of working women with college degrees has almost quadrupled since 1970.
How does Internet use for individual insurance and annuities differ by gender? Explore the ways in which men and women who recently sought information or purchased individual products made use of the Internet.
WINDSOR, Conn., Feb. 3, 2011 — Despite similar individual and household characteristics, the retirement savings of working women lag significantly behind those of men, according to a new research study by LIMRA.
LIMRA research shows that men and women give similar rank to financial goals with both choosing retirement as their top savings goal.