LIMRA: Women Still Lag Men in Life Insurance Ownership
WINDSOR, Conn., Nov. 16, 2016—A new LIMRA study finds only 56 percent of American women have life insurance coverage.
Life Insurance Ownership Gap Closes Between Men and Women, LIMRA Finds
But Women’s Coverage Levels Still Remain Below Men's.
LIMRA Study: Women Save 40 Percent Less for Retirement Than Men
WINDSOR, Conn., Feb. 3, 2011 — Despite similar individual and household characteristics, the retirement savings of working women lag significantly behind those of men, according to a new research study by LIMRA.
LIMRA Study Reveals: Women Worry More About Financial Security Than Men Do
WINDSOR, Conn. April 29, 2010 — More than half of the middle-income women surveyed felt unsatisfied with their current financial situation and uncertain about their future financial needs and almost a third of them don't know how to achieve their financial goals, according to a new LIMRA report, Reaching Out to Middle-Income Women.
LIMRA: Individual Life Insurance Ownership Up Slightly in Canada
According to a recent study, 44% of Canadian households own individual life insurance, compared to a majority of households (55%) in 2006, but up slightly from the 43% of Canadians who owned it in 2013.
Men vs. Women: Who makes the financial decisions?
New LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute research finds that women are more likely to share the financial decisions with their spouses, compared with men.
Trends in Life Insurance Ownership RateSep 28, 2016
The latest trends in life insurance ownership and coverage levels for American households from 1960 to 2016.