LIMRA: Advisors Positively Influence Consumers' Behavior and Sentiment Toward Preparing for Retirement
WINDSOR, Conn., July 11, 2012 — LIMRA research shows that consumers who rely on financial advisors are more likely to be saving in a retirement plan and to be saving at a higher rate than those without an advisor.
WINDSOR, Conn., May 9, 2012 — According to a new LIMRA survey, 49 percent of Americans said they weren’t contributing to any retirement plan; Americans ages 18-34 were more likely (56%) to be among those not saving.
WINDSOR, Conn., Oct. 18, 2011 — In a recent survey of Americans age 18 and older (not yet retired), 40 percent said they currently save no money each month toward retirement.
Focus on Consumer Behavior Will Help Companies Understand Key Drivers for Individual Life Insurance Sales
WINDSOR, Conn., Feb. 12, 2018 – Using predictive modeling, data scientists at LIMRA’s new Center of Excellence for Data Analytics have identified factors that influence individual life insurance buying behavior and have built profiles of types of customers who are likely to buy.
WINDSOR, Conn., Apr. 16, 2012 — LIMRA today announced Alison Salka has been appointed to corporate vice president and director of its retirement research division.
WINDSOR, Conn., September 16, 2015 —New research from the LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute reveals that when affluent consumers are deeply engaged in personal retirement planning, 6 in 10 say that their trust in their advisors increases.
Do changing needs relating to life stage uncover opportunities for advisors and the organizations they represent? This report explores the role that changes in life stage have on consumers' need for financial advice, the types of advisors they use, and how they prefer to interact with their advisors.