According to new LIMRA research, only a quarter of married couples consider the need to provide for one spouse if the other dies a major concern when planning for retirement.
WINDSOR, Conn., July 12, 2010—LIMRA and Socialware have formed a strategic partnership, enabling the two organizations to work together in helping the financial services industry understand and address social media opportunities, risks and implications.
WINDSOR, Conn., March 30, 2016 – LIMRA today announced the winners of its contest to recognize the top 25 Rising Stars of Distribution under 40 in the financial services industry.
What risks does your company face in marketing life insurance and annuities? Have you planned for them? Have you missed any? Milliman and LIMRA have collaborated to identify emerging risks you may be facing, along with suggestions to manage these risks.
LIMRA research finds that unlike in previous years, today there is no dominant family financial officer in households with young married or domestic partnered couples.
A recent study by the LIMRA Secure Retirement Institute asked more than 1,000 financial professionals what the most valuable service they provide.
The previously wife-dominated FFO role now rests more evenly between the husband and wife among today’s younger married couples.
According to LIMRA research, financial advisors believe one of the greatest risks for their middle market clients in retirement is longevity, and 6 in 10 advisors consider middle to mass affluent market to be the most appropriate marked for guaranteed income products.
We’ve all seen the headlines about average life expectancy which the U.S. Census Bureau currently places at 78.5 years.
LIMRA research has released two studies on effective ways for companies and financial professionals to connect to the Hispanic market for life insurance.