This report details the latest trends in life insurance ownership going back to 1960 among all Americans, broken down by adults, children, men, women, husbands, and wives.
Ownership volume is growing. The number of American households owning individual life insurance grew by 3 million since 2010.
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This research looks at life insurance ownership trends for men, women, husbands, wives, and children.
LIMRA Research Confirms LGBT Households Share Similar Financial Priorities and Concerns as All U.S. Households
In new analysis of data from the 2016 Life Insurance Ownership study, LIMRA finds that LGBT market aligns with the total market in regards to financial concerns and planning especially around life insurance ownership.
For the first time in history, more Americans are covered by employment-based life insurance than by individual life insurance.
Interact with select results from LIMRA's 2010 U.S. Life Insurance Ownership Study and receive instant, customized analysis with the click of a button! You can view ownership and related results by standard income and age groups or refine the results to define your market.
For the First Time in History, More Americans Are Covered by Employment-Based Life Insurance than by Individual Life Insurance, LIMRA Reports
WINDSOR, Conn., August 30, 2017 – A new LIMRA study finds that 108 million Americans have life insurance coverage through their workplace, compared with 102 million covered by individual life insurance.