Consumers Need More than Good Luck to Protect Against the Unexpected
Voluntary benefits are important to consumers' financial wellness and to protect against the unexpected.
Zura Ziegler Brown: A Pioneering Woman of Lincoln
In honor of Women's History Month, Lincoln is proud to launch a series that profiles women in sales leadership, from the 1920s to the 2020s.
Infographic: Our Actions | Racial justice, equity & inclusion
Lincoln has organized its plans to support racial justice and equity around eight key action areas.
Five Financial Goals to Get You Started in 2021
The New Year is a great time to set some good financial goals. Lincoln Financial Network's Ed Walters shares five basic goals to consider along with a few tips on how to stick with those goals.
Mary Lou T.: Proud LGBTQ+ Ally and Lincoln Financial Employee
In honor of Lincoln’s recognition by the Human Rights Campaign as one of the Best Places to Work for LGBTQ+ Equality and the company’s 100% rating on the Corporate Equality Index, we sat down with Mary Lou to discuss her role as an active member of Lincoln's LGBTQ+ Business Resource Group.
Expanding Retirement Security Requires Addressing the Coverage Gap
Ralph Ferraro shares the critical role that employer-sponsored plan savings play in supporting Americans during retirement and the importance of closing the retirement plan coverage gap.
MEPs, MEAPs and PEPs: The ABCs of Group Retirement Plans
The foundational concept of a group retirement solution — the multiple employer plan — has deep roots. Learn more about these plans and the different kinds that are offered.
Transforming Lives: Reducing Food Insecurity Across the United States
Marlene Ferreira provides an understanding of food insecurity and how to help make a difference in the lives of those affected by this issue.