For the First Time in History, More Americans Are Covered by Employment-Based Life Insurance than by Individual Life Insurance, LIMRA Reports
WINDSOR, Conn., August 30, 2017 – A new LIMRA study finds that 108 million Americans have life insurance coverage through their workplace, compared with 102 million covered by individual life insurance.
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.
LIMRA Reports Individual Life Insurance Sales Increase 8 Percent in First Quarter 2015
WINDSOR, Conn., June 2, 2015—Total individual life insurance new annualized increased 8 percent and policy count rose 5 percent in the first quarter, according to LIMRA’s Retail Individual Life Insurance Survey.
U.S. Individual Life Insurance Sales Soar in First Quarter, LIMRA Reports
Windsor, CT, June 7, 2006 — First quarter 2006 individual life insurance sales rose 15 percent in new annualized premium, compared with the first quarter of 2005, according to LIMRA International's quarterly survey of U.S. individual life insurance sales.
LIMRA Reports Individual Life Insurance Sales Flat in 2013
WINDSOR, Conn., March 13,2014 — After three consecutive years of positive growth, individual life insurance new annualized premium growth was flat in 2013.
LIMRA Study Reveals High Satisfaction Rates by Life Insurance Claimants
WINDSOR, Conn., June 10, 2013 — A new LIMRA study shows that 95 percent of life insurance beneficiaries are “satisfied” overall with their claims experience, yet there is greater opportunity when they are “extremely satisfied.”
Individual Life Insurance Sales Slowly Recover After Difficult First Half of 2009, LIMRA Reports
WINDSOR, Conn., Feb. 26, 2010 — Total new annualized premium for individual life insurance declined five percent in the fourth quarter of 2009, resulting in a 15 percent reduction for the year as compared to 2008, according to LIMRA’s quarterly individual life insurance sales survey.