WINDSOR, Conn., Oct. 2, 2013 — A recent LIMRA study revealed that 76 percent of Canadians would prefer to buy life insurance face-to-face in the future as opposed to buying from work, the Internet, or by direct mail or phone.
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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.
Majority of Younger American Adults Would Suffer Substantial Financial Consequences If Income Were Interrupted
WINDSOR, Conn., June 23, 2014 — A new LIMRA study found that 6 out of 10 Generation X and Y Americans say losing their income for 6 months due to accident or illness would have a significant or drastic impact on their families' financial well-being.
Back in the 1700's English theologian Isaac Watts said "Learning to trust is one of life's most difficult tasks."
In a recent LIMRA study, 50 percent of middle market consumers said they prefer to buy life insurance face-to-face with a financial professional, while 75 percent said they want an advisor who can educate, listen and develop trust.
WINDSOR, Conn., June 22, 2016 — A new LIMRA study shows consumers under age 40 would prefer to receive life insurance benefits as a monthly income rather than a lump sum payment.
WINDSOR, Conn., Sept. 6, 2011 — A new LIMRA study has quantified the sales potential in the life insurance market of underinsured households in the U.S.
WINDSOR, Conn., Apr. 10, 2012 — A recent LIMRA study of Americans’ buying habits found that nearly 20 percent who shopped for life insurance went through their place of work, and 75 percent of workplace shoppers actually bought life insurance.