Why advisors should focus on this important client subset.
Women today are more highly educated and financially empowered than ever before, but evidence suggests that their financial planning needs are not being met. More>>
COVID-19 will be best remembered as a difficult time in American history: More than 450,000 deaths, soaring unemployment and shuttered businesses. But the pandemic has also altered the American psyche, with people rethinking how they live, work, socialize and spend money. They’re paying down debt and buying life insurance. Yes, life insurance, a product that before the pandemic had been suffering from a long-term slide. That’s not to say life insurance wasn’t important. More>>
As we begin 2021, COVID-19 continues to take an unimaginable toll across America and around the world. The pandemic has heightened people’s anxieties around their physical, emotional, and financial health.
Even before the pandemic, LIMRA research revealed there were 30 million American families uninsured and 30 million more underinsured. The prospect of losing a loved one is more of a reality as over 400,000 families have lost a loved one to COVID-19 to date.
While our industry cannot prevent the human tragedy unfolding in our country, we have an opportunity and obligation to help more individuals, households, and businesses secure the financial protection they need. More>>
In this episode of Unplugged Lite, LIMRA reached out to executives at our member companies to get their perspectives on the importance of life insurance. Conor Murphy, executive vice president and chief operating officer, Brighthouse Financial; Barbara Turner, president and chief operating officer, Ohio National Financial Services; and Dave Wilken, president of the Life Insurance Business, Global Atlantic Financial Group talk about why life insurance matters. Listen to tips from industry leaders on the importance of life insurance and how it can provide security and protection for your clients. More>>