The U.S. life insurance market is large and growing. Over 87 million American households own life insurance, an increase of 5 million since 2010.
Trillion Dollar Baby — Growing Up: The Sales Potential of the U.S. Underinsured Life Insurance Market (2011)
There is a wide gap between the amount of life insurance households currently own, and the amount they feel is needed to adequately protect survivors if a primary wage earner were to die. These households represent a tremendous opportunity for life insurance sales. This summary quantifies who are the underinsured and which markets have the most potential.
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Black American households are more likely than the general population to own individual life insurance. However, their coverage levels tend to be lower.
A high level overview of the 2016 Plan Sponsor survey findings.
LIMRA's 2017 Distribution Conference for Financial Services Features Economist and CNBC Contributor Todd Buchholz
WINDSOR, Conn., Jan. 26, 2017 – LIMRA is pleased to announce that CNBC contributor Todd Buccholz will be one of the keynote speakers at LIMRA’s 2017 Distribution Conference for Financial Services in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla, on March 1-3.
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