Half of Working Women Have Taken Leave to Care for Family
Fifty percent worry it will have a negative impact on their retirement security. WINDSOR, Conn., Sept. 20, 2016 — According to a new LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute study, half of working women who have taken leave to take care of a family member (parent, child, etc.) are worried about the impact their leave will have to their retirement security.
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.
LIMRA: COVID-19 May Accelerate Use of Paid Family and Medical Leave
Well before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, there was a growing tide of interest and legislative actions to create paid family and medical leave requirements for employers across the United States. The spread of COVID-19 has increased workers' concerns about their own health and that of family members, as well as their ability to care for their children when faced with day care closures and the implementation of remote and hybrid learning programs. Employers struggle with the desire to provide paid leave options to their employees and the challenges of affording them.
Employer Perspectives on Paid Family and Medical Leave: How to Improve the Employer Experience
Learn about employers’ greatest needs regarding paid family and medical leave.
Only Half of Americans Feel Knowledgeable about Health Savings Accounts
WINDSOR, Conn. and WASHINGTON, D.C., March 13, 2018– A new joint report by the LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute and Insured Retirement Institute (IRI) and finds only 51 percent of Americans believe they are knowledgeable about Health Savings Accounts (HSAs).
LIMRA: Less than Half of Pre-Retirees Expect to Live Their Desired Lifestyle in Retirement
Having an Advisor and Accomplishing Some Key Retirement Planning Activities Improves Pre-retirees' Outlooks.