For nearly two centuries, life insurers have been there providing financial security to Americans through wars, recessions and pandemics. COVID-19 was no different. We made historic payouts in a time when people needed us most. Safeguarding people — and the most important things to them — is our fundamental mission.
The Department of Labor’s new proposed fiduciary regulation ignores the financial anxieties people are facing and builds a barrier to financial inclusion.
These products make certain that people are protected from the financial shocks that sickness or injury can bring.
We partner with employees of all sizes to deliver essential workplace benefits, including paid leave, disability insurance, dental coverage and retirement savings.
From paid sick leave for individuals and small businesses to predictable income for those in retirement, our policyholders count on us to plan for tomorrow, so they can live confidently today.
Life insurers invest $7.9 trillion in the U.S. economy – $587 million every day – making life insurance companies one of the largest sources of investment capital in the nation.
Communities build affordable housing, newer schools, better hospitals, and more because of life insurers investments.
Life insurance coverage is widely available, with more than 137 million individual life insurance policies in force.
Life insurers pay out $2.5 billion in benefits every day.
We generate 2.8 million jobs in the United States.
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