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National Women’s History Month: Women Feel More Vulnerable to Retirement Risks

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.

Women: Making Contributions to History and Personal Finance

Women's History Month is celebrated every March and honors the contributions women have made to history and to the betterment of society.

LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute: Women Rate Financial Risks Higher than Men

A new LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute study finds female pre-retirees (age 50 and older, not retired) are more worried than men about the impact of financial risks they may face in retirement – both in the likelihood and severity of the effect on their retirement security.

LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute: Single Retirees Feel More Vulnerable to Longevity Risk

Annuity ownership leads to greater confidence in retirement outcomes LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute provides comprehensive, unbiased research and education about all aspects within the retirement industry to improve retirement readiness and promote retirement security.

Women's Market Study Group

Study Groups are a great way to network with others in the industry

LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute: Most Women Happy with Their Advisors

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.

National Retirement Planning Month - Research That Can Help!

July is National Retirement Planning Month - according to LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute research, between now and 2045, more than 30 million Americans will retire.

One-third of U.S. Women Have Not Completed Basic Retirement Planning

Compared to Men, LIMRA Study Finds That Women Are More Concerned With Almost Every Retirement Risk but Have Done Less Planning.