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New LIMRA Research Finds 23 Percent Fewer Employers Are Offering Life Insurance to Their Workers

In 2017, only 48 percent of employers offered life insurance to their workers, a 23 percent decline from 2006. This continues a steady of decline in employer sponsored life insurance since 2006 (chart 1).

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.

LIMRA Research Finds Generational Shifts Are Impacting Employee Benefits

Workplace benefits have long been a perk of employment, but over the years they have changed to keep up with workers’ needs.

Are You Offering Your Clients an Annual Review of Their Life Insurance Needs?

As the year comes to a close, it is a good time for people to review their financial situation, including their life insurance coverage.

LIMRA Finds Less than Half of Employers Offer Benefits to Nontraditional Workers

Gig work, like being an Uber driver or freelance writer, has become more commonplace. LIMRA research shows 26% of all U.S. workers participate in gig work either as their primary job or as a secondary source of income and almost three quarters of these workers believe they will continue working in this capacity over the next five years.

LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute: Fewer than 1 in 5 American Workers Contribute to Traditional IRAs

WINDSOR,Conn. March 19, 2014—A new LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute study finds that only 17 percent of American workers currently contribute to a traditional individual retirement account (IRA) – and only 28 percent contribute to any kind of IRA (i.e., traditional, Roth, or SEP/SIMPLE).

LIMRA: How COVID-19 Is Impacting Employers Offering Insurance Benefits

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many operational changes to U.S businesses. It has also drawn attention to the importance of many types of financial protection, which may increase employers’ interest in offering certain benefits.

LIMRA Finds 75% of Small Businesses are Stable or Growing – Positive Sign for Benefits Industry

A new LIMRA report finds three quarters of small businesses report they are stable or expanding. In 2012, just 61% of small businesses felt similarly. This increase in stability and growth is a positive sign for the employee benefits industry since expanding businesses have a greater need to enhance their benefits offerings to attract talent.