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Help Protect Our Families: The Pandemic’s Effect on the Likelihood to Buy Life Insurance

5/4/2021 1:00 PM EDT - 2:00 EDT

Please join LIMRA and Life Happens to learn more about the recently released findings from the 11th annual Insurance Barometer Study.

Our Partnership With HPN

LIMRA and the Hoopis Performance Network (HPN) teamed to marry the science of why and how consumers buy financial products.

Workplace Life Insurance Plays a Critical Role in Protecting Families

According to the 2021 Insurance Barometer Study, 57% of U.S. workers have life insurance through their workplace, and new LIMRA research finds two-thirds of employed Americans rely on workplace life insurance (theirs or another family member’s) to meet their life insurance needs.

Why Our Programs Can Help You

Anchored in LIMRA Research, assessment and development, contemporary delivery, and results tracking are just a few of the ways our programs can help you.

LIMRA Announces Its Online Training - Recognizing Financial Exploitation – Complies with the New Federal Law Aimed to Protect Elderly Americans from Financial Fraud

WINDSOR, Conn., May 31, 2018 – LIMRA today announces its training program, Recognizing Financial ExploitationTM (RFE), complies with the training requirement within the Senior Safe Act, which President Trump signed into law as part of the Banking Reform package on May 24, 2018.

Life Insurance Is a Key Component of Middle-Income Families’ Financial Security

Middle income families recognize the importance of life insurance. According to the 2021 Insurance Barometer Study, 70% of middle-income consumers (household income $50,000 to $99,999) believe they need life insurance coverage and more than a third (34%) say they plan to purchase coverage in 2021.