Recent Life Insurance News
Financial security professionals launch new organization to “help more Americans build and protect their financial future.”
Total U.S. individual life insurance new policy sales increased 2% in the second quarter 2020 but LIMRA says new annualized premium fell 5% from second quarter 2019.
This September, actress, model, designer, wife and mother Brooke Shields is back for a second year to instill the value of life insurance for U.S consumers during the annual awareness campaign.
Omaha-based insurer commits to additional efforts to address racial equity, social justice initiative.
Agency says the measure, which aligns with SEC and NAIC best interest rules, will ensure financial advisors act in retirement savers’ best interests.
New NAIC study finds America's Generation Z—which has grown up as digital natives and is more likely to be engaged in social activism—is less engaged when it comes to life insurance.
This year’s study reviews 10 years of consumer data on life insurance and related financial issues, and finds while many were without it during the height of COVID-19, 36% of respondents said they intended to purchase life insurance in the next 12 months.
Latest MIB Life Index shows application activity gains in all age bands over April.
Japan’s largest convenience store chain will start selling cancer insurance policies through vending machines as a way to make “contactless” sales necessitated by coronavirus.