A new LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute study finds retiree annuity owners feel more confident that they are more likely to afford their preferred retirement lifestyles - even if they live to age 90 or older - than retirees who do not own an annuity. The study includes retirees with annual household incomes of $35,000 or more.
LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute (LIMRA SRI) research shows that consumers most likely to be interested in annuities are younger and still working.
LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute (LIMRA SRI) research shows that retirement planning improves outcomes for pre retirees and retirees.
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LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute Study: Nearly Half of Surveyed Annuity Owners Said Ownership Boosts Retirement Confidence
A recent study by LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute has revealed another reason to consider annuities in retirement planning — they provide a boost of confidence.
New LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute Research Uncovers the Benefits of Formal Written Retirement Plans
WINDSOR, Conn, Feb. 2, 2016—A new LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute study finds that pre-retirees and retirees (ages 55 75 with financial assets of $100,000+) who have a formal written retirement plan are more likely to feel more confident they are saving enough for retirement and more than twice as likely to feel very prepared for retirement than those without one.
LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute: The Single Retiree Market Presents Major Opportunity for Advisors
The media often depicts retirement as a couple walking down a beach holding hands or sitting on a white beach chair watching wave’s crash down on the shore. For many American retirees, that is simply not a reality.
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.