Workers and Retirement Programs: What Are They Thinking? (2017)
Workers want to save for retirement at the workplace, and they think their employers should help them do it.
Enough about Millennials - Are you thinking about Gen Z?
A new LIMRA study explored the financial concerns and priorities of the upper edge of Generation Z (those aged 16 and 17, in grades 11 and 12).
Six in 10 Workers Say Health Insurance Costs Directly Affect How Much They Save for Retirement
New LIMRA research reveals that 59 percent of workers agree or strongly agree that what they pay for medical health insurance benefits directly affects how much they will put aside for retirement.
What Do They Want? Defined Contribution Advisor Preferences and Priorities (2018)
Defined contribution advisors are unique in the financial advisor community. See how their preferences and priorities further differ based on their DC assets under advisement (AUA) and type of DC compensation.
New LIMRA Research Finds 23 Percent Fewer Employers Are Offering Life Insurance to Their Workers
In 2017, only 48 percent of employers offered life insurance to their workers, a 23 percent decline from 2006. This continues a steady of decline in employer sponsored life insurance since 2006 (chart 1).