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09 February 2021

More Black Americans Report Permanently Changing Their Spending and Saving Habits as a Direct Result of the Pandemic

Lincoln Financial research shows COVID-19 has more Black consumers thinking about their future, prompting interest in financial planning resources.


16 December 2020

’Tis the Season for Retirement Account Contributions, Which Top Holiday Wish Lists for One-Third of Americans

New research conducted on behalf of Lincoln Financial Group shows the pandemic has Americans rethinking the holidays and focusing more on finances.


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28 October 2020
by Sharon Scanlon, Senior Vice President, Head of Customer Experience, Retirement Plan Services and Individual Life & Annuity Operations

Taking the Fear Out of Finances

Halloween horrors bring us enjoyment, but financial fears can do the opposite. And when it comes to finances, it’s better to face any potential issues head-on with these solid strategies. 

 

23 October 2020

New Research Shows Pandemic’s Financial Toll Continues to Hit Younger Americans the Hardest

The financial consequences of the pandemic are impacting every generation — but younger Americans are being hit the hardest, according to Lincoln Financial Group's September COVID-19 Consumer Sentiment Tracker. 


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15 October 2020

Two-Thirds of Workers Say Guaranteed Income Benefit in Retirement Plan a “Wow Factor” When Considering a Job Offer

New research shows employers can “wow” current and prospective employees by offering a guaranteed income option within their retirement plan.


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19 August 2020

COVID-19 Raises Importance of Life Insurance and Drives Consumer Purchase Intent, Study Shows

New study shows digital options can increase likelihood to buy life insurance as Lincoln Financial Group offers new online interview tool.


17 August 2020

What Does Protection Mean to Investors These Days?

Health and finances are priorities, but new Lincoln Financial research shows generational differences