Ownership of Individual Life Insurance Falls to 50-Year Low, LIMRA Reports
Four in 10 U.S. Households with Children Would Have Immediate Trouble Paying Bills if the Primary Breadwinner Died Today
Bank-sold Life Insurance Premium Falls for Second Straight Year: Kehrer-LIMRA
WINDSOR, Conn., April 19, 2007 — Pulled down by a steady decline in single-premium sales, individual life insurance premiums sold through banks in 2006 fell for the second year in a row, according to the latest survey from Kehrer-LIMRA.
Individual Long Term Care Insurance Premium Falls 23 Percent in the Fourth Quarter, LIMRA Reports
WINDSOR, Conn., March 10, 2009 – After a promising start in 2008, individual long-term care insurance (LTCI) premium fell 23 percent in the fourth quarter, ending 2008 down seven percent, according to LIMRA’s Individual Long-Term Care Sales survey.
Individual Life Insurance Combination Product Premium Falls 2% in 2018
After three consecutive years of growth, total new premium for individual life combination products dropped 2% to $4.3 billion in 2018, according to LIMRA’s 2018 Individual Life Combination Products Annual Review. There were 404,000 policies sold in 2018, a 2% increase, compared with 2017 results.
Millennial Misconceptions of Life Insurance: a Barrier to Life Ownership
Insurance professionals will gather at 2017 Life Insurance Conference to learn more about how to overcome these misconceptions.
Individual Life Insurance Sales Slowly Recover After Difficult First Half of 2009, LIMRA Reports
WINDSOR, Conn., Feb. 26, 2010 — Total new annualized premium for individual life insurance declined five percent in the fourth quarter of 2009, resulting in a 15 percent reduction for the year as compared to 2008, according to LIMRA’s quarterly individual life insurance sales survey.
LIMRA Reports Sharp Quarterly Drop in Individual Life Insurance Sales
WINDSOR, Conn., Feb. 24, 2008 – New annualized premium for individual life insurance dropped 14 percent in the fourth quarter of 2008, ending the year with an overall seven percent decline, according to LIMRA’s quarterly sales survey.