IRI released new research exploring the development and introduction to the annuities market of deferred income annuities (DIAs), which are experiencing rapid sales growth and are being offered by an expanding group of insurers.
IRI released new research chronicling how different workplace experiences and employee benefit histories are causing a great divide among early and late Baby Boomers regarding their financial security and outlook on retirement.
IRI released new research findings identifying strategies to recruit women to the financial advising field. Presently only three in 10 advisors are female, yet 70 percent of women would prefer to work with a female advisor.
IRI and Corporate Insight released a new report analyzing how financial services companies use new technologies to inform consumers.
IRI released its third annual report on Boomers’ retirement expectations that reveals a continuing decline in Boomers’ retirement planning confidence.
New research findings released today by IRI shows that maintaining state insurance licenses across multiple jurisdictions is a regulatory obstacle that may impede the sale of retirement income products.
IRI released a new research report that found middle-income Baby Boomers would be less likely to save for retirement if taxes are increased or if tax incentives for retirement savings are reduced or eliminated.
The Insured Retirement Institute (IRI) today released a new fact sheet highlighting research findings that provide a profile of the retirement planning and savings behaviors of Baby Boomer couples compared to their single cohorts.
The Insured Retirement Institute (IRI) today released a new study that pinpoints guaranteed lifetime income options offered within employer-provided defined contribution plans as an opportunity to address many emerging retirement security challenges.
The Insured Retirement Institute (IRI) today released a new report providing a 2013 outlook for the insured retirement industry. The forecast indicates that many of the trends and dynamics that marked 2012 will continue into the new year.