There's More to Life Insurance Than Meets the Eye
As the days get crisper and shorter, children head back to the classroom and Life Insurance Awareness Month gets under way, it’s a good idea to take a fresh look at all the different ways life insurance can help families.
LIMRA: Black Americans are More Likely to Buy Life Insurance Than the General Population
Six in 10 Black American households (approximately 9.9 million) indicate they are fairly or very likely to buy life insurance for themselves or another member of their household in the next 12 months, compared to just 45 percent of the general population.
The Olympics May Be Over but There’s Still a Reason to Visit Beijing
19th Annual LIMRA/LOMA Strategic Issues Conference in Beijing, April 6-8, 2011.
2019 Predictions: More Than a Crystal Ball
LIMRA’s predictions for 2019 focus on issues and changes that will have the most impact on our members.
LIMRA Survey: More than Half of Financial Executives Surveyed Predict Outside Disruption in Life Insurance Market
Fifty seven percent of financial executives believe an outside source (Google, Amazon, etc.) will be a disruptive force in the life insurance market within the next 5 years according to a new LIMRA report.
Supplemental Health, DI, and LTC Conference to Explore New Medical Trends Transforming the Insurance Industry
WINDSOR, Conn., July 19, 2018 –Speakers at the 2018 Supplemental Health, DI, & LTC Conference will explore medical and technological trends that will impact the future of the insurance industry in San Diego on August 6-8, 2018.
New LIMRA Research Finds Chinese-Americans More Likely to Own Individual Life Insurance than the General Population
Feb. 9, 2016—According to new LIMRA research, half of Chinese-Americans own individual life insurance, compared with 39 percent of the U.S. general population.
Consumers Say They're Primed to Buy More Life Insurance
Windsor, CT, April 6, 2005 — In a broad survey of American households, nearly half said they believe they need more life insurance and more than one-quarter said they actually expect to purchase more in the coming year - a decision that would add trillions of dollars of coverage to the amount already in force.