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  • Long Term Care Market Revenue To Cross USD 1.61 Trillion By 2027
    Long Term Care Market Revenue To Cross USD 1.61 Trillion By 2027

    Out-of-pocket segment in the long term care market will account for USD 491 billion by 2027 owing to the growing influx of private health insurers and increasing preference private LTC insurance services

    The long term care market size is anticipated to record a valuation of USD 1.61 Trillion by 2027, according to the most recent study by Global Market Insights Inc.
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  • New York Life Declares Largest Dividend In Company History
    New York Life Declares Largest Dividend In Company History

    Declaring a dividend for the 168th consecutive year underscores New York Life’s commitment to financial strength, mutuality, and delivering ongoing value to policy owners

    New York Life, America’s largest and most admired mutual life insurer, today announced that the company has declared a dividend of $1.9 billion to eligible participating policy owners in 2022, the largest in company history.
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  • Low Interest Rate Environment & Pandemic Pressure U.S. Fraternals
    Low Interest Rate Environment & Pandemic Pressure U.S. Fraternals

    Net premiums written for the 73 U.S. life fraternal companies decreased by approximately 6% year over year in 2020 to $9.3 billion

    U.S. fraternal insurance companies posted a positive year in 2020 despite COVID-19 challenges and low interest rates, as well as difficulties in reaching current and prospective members, according to a new AM Best report.
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  • Lincoln Financial Shares Tips To Help Caregivers Plan Ahead & Prevent Feeling Overwhelmed By Long-Term Care Needs
    Lincoln Financial Shares Tips To Help Caregivers Plan Ahead & Prevent Feeling Overwhelmed By Long-Term Care Needs

    Long-Term Care Awareness Month offers timely opportunity for families to plan ahead for the costs of caregiving

    The cost of caregiving and its impact on relationships, careers and the emotional and financial well-being of caregivers, has been brought to the forefront throughout the pandemic, and for good reason. Nearly half of all Americans surveyed are or will soon be caregivers with seven in 10 caregivers feeling overwhelmed at least several days in…
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  • Making Workplace Wellness Fit
    Making Workplace Wellness Fit

    Why do black and hispanic workers with the highest income face more debt?

    A new Issue Brief from EBRI and Greenwald Research, “Making Workplace Wellness Programs Fit the Needs of Black and Hispanic Workers: Findings from the 2021 Workplace Wellness Survey,” identifies pronounced differences across Black, Hispanic, and White workers at higher income levels when it comes to perceptions of debt, emergency savings, stress about financial future, confidence…
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  • Turbulence After Lift-Off: Global Economic & Insurance Market Outlook 2022/23
    Turbulence After Lift-Off: Global Economic & Insurance Market Outlook 2022/23

    The world economy is making a strong cyclical recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, but it is not a smooth one

    SwissRe's latest sigma research forecasts real economic growth of 5.6% this year, but growth will slow to 4.1% in 2022 and 3.0% in 2023 as global supply chain issues, labor shortages and high energy prices persist. The number one near-term macro risk is inflation, which stems from these same factors.
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  • How Small Businesses Are Emerging From The Pandemic
    How Small Businesses Are Emerging From The Pandemic

    Focus on well-being sets small businesses apart to attract & retain talent

    The Great Resignation has companies of all sizes scrambling to attract and retain talent, but small businesses in particular are grappling with the challenge. According to the latest research from Guardian Life (Guardian), workers at small businesses who said they were “happy or very happy at my job” dropped to 48%, down from 55% in…
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  • Workplace Benefits Brokers Demanding Better Technology
    Workplace Benefits Brokers Demanding Better Technology

    Research points to brokers embracing the role of advocate but stymied by legacy systems

    A new survey of workplace benefits brokers conducted by Wellfleet and EIS reveals that while brokers are increasingly embracing their roles as advocates for employer clients, they find themselves in an uphill battle with legacy technology. This is important because technology is the No. 1 reason brokers will recommend a carrier to a client.
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  • The American Savings Staircase
    The American Savings Staircase

    24% of Americans lack the savings to cover a $250 emergency expense

    24% of Americans lack the savings to cover a $250 emergency expense In a new report from Breeze, 1,500 adult Americans were surveyed to analyze personal savings and how personal savings will impact 2021 holiday shopping and career development. View the complete report here. The latest research report from Breeze aimed to measure what the…
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  • The Future Of Workforce Benefits
    The Future Of Workforce Benefits

    LIMRA and EY study predicts non-medical workplace benefits to grow 20% by 2026

    With the onset of the pandemic, workers became increasingly concerned about their financial security and emotional and physical well-being. According to a new study by LIMRA and EY, there is a growing employee appreciation for non-medical benefits such as paid family medical leave, life insurance, disability insurance, and wellness programs. The study predicts this increased…
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  • Despite Advantages Of Financial Planning, Myths Still Persist
    Despite Advantages Of Financial Planning, Myths Still Persist

    Canadians with a plan are three times more confident they'll reach financial goals, yet just one-third of Canadians have a good understanding of what a financial plan is

    To mark Financial Literacy Month, IG Wealth Management ("IG") today released a study on Canadians and financial planning. The results find that, despite the value a financial plan can provide in helping achieve one's goals, myths continue to exist around what a plan actually is and the role one can play in building confidence and…
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  • Wall Street Sees Banner Year For Bonuses
    Wall Street Sees Banner Year For Bonuses

    Largest year-end incentive awards since the Great Recession with biggest increases on tap for investment bankers and equities traders

    Year-end incentive payments on Wall Street are expected to surge to their highest levels since the Great Recession as most business segments in the financial services industry are benefiting from a sharp rebound in their businesses.
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  • Self-Directed 401(k) Investors Stay The Course In Q3
    Self-Directed 401(k) Investors Stay The Course In Q3

    Balances increase 12.8% year-over-year

    According to Charles Schwab’s SDBA Indicators Report, an industry-leading benchmark on retirement plan participant investment activity within self-directed brokerage accounts (SDBAs), the average account balance across all participant accounts finished Q3 2021 at $341,068, a 12.8% increase year-over-year and a 2.0% decrease from Q2 2021.
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