IUL: So zero’s your hero?

It may not be what you say that gets you in trouble; it’s what you leave out that may land you in litigation. Over the...
life insurance sales

Record IUL sales drive 1% overall growth in individual life new annualized premium for...

Indexed and variable universal life sales highlighted a year that saw modest life insurance sales growth as LIMRA, WINK release final 2018 figures.

Individual life premium improves 4% in 3Q while IUL up 18% YTD; more LIMRA...

Total individual life insurance new annualized premium improved 4% in the third quarter, according to LIMRA’s Retail Individual Life Insurance Survey. In the first nine...

Life sales off to slow start in 2019

Wink’s Sales & Market Report says 2017 CSO requirements are hitting the industry hard, with UL and indexed life sales dropping more than 20% from the previous quarter.

Updated Indexed UL illustration guidelines to take effect Sept. 1

The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) on June 18 approved updated, more reasonable guidelines for the illustrations that insurers, agents and brokers can...

Individual life sales rise slightly in Q1 despite fewer policies sold

Latest LIMRA data finds fixed UL sales dropped 15%; indexed UL new annualized premium grew 9% in the first quarter.

Best-ever start to a year for indexed life sales, new report says

Indexed life sales in the first quarter of 2017 were higher than any 1Q ever, says Sheryl Moore in the latest edition of Wink's Sales & market Report.

Individual life sales flat in second quarter, first half of 2019

YTD policy count down 4%, but indexed universal life continues to shine according to latest LIMRA sales figures.

Hot IUL category gets another boost with trio of new products

Indexed Universal Life insurance policy sales – already on track for a record-setting year in 2017 – figure to get an additional boost from a trio of new IUL products that were introduced to the market recently.

2017 CSO kicks 3Q indexed life sales down a notch

Total third quarter non-variable universal life sales were over $1,012 million, according to the 81st edition of Wink’s Sales & Market Report, released on Nov. 16. Pacific Life was the top selling carrier in the quarter and had the top-selling product.