LIMRA: Nearly Half of Americans Are Not Contributing to Any Retirement Plan
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.
2019 Insurance Barometer Study: Nearly Half of Americans More Likely to Buy Simplified Underwritten Life Insurance
Arlington, Va., and Windsor, Conn., April 1, 2019 – Almost half of Americans (47 percent) say they are more likely to buy life insurance using simplified underwriting, which generally means getting coverage more quickly and without a medical exam versus traditional underwriting approaches, according to new findings from the 2019 Insurance Barometer Study.
LIMRA: Two-thirds of Non-Retired Americans Are Not Confident They Are Saving Enough For Retirement
2012 Retirement Industry Conference Helps Industry Leaders Address Growing Concern.
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: Generation X Americans Are More Concerned About Having Enough Money for Retirement than Other Generations
More than one-third of Gen X Americans not confident that they will have a secure retirement.
LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute: Many Americans Plan to Use Their Tax Refund to Pay Down Debt
Less than 1 in 10 plan to dedicate their tax refund towards retirement savings.
No Matter the Generation – Less than Half of Americans Know How Much They Should Be Saving for Retirement
LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute examines generational differences in retirement confidence.
LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute: Any Way You Look At It - Employer-Sponsored Retirement Savings Plans Are Important
A newly published LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute report finds 98 percent of U.S. employers believe it is important to offer a defined contribution (DC) plan to help their employees save for retirement two thirds believe it is very important.