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The results of a recent industry study indicate that consumers would buy more life insurance if carriers helped them achieve health and wellness. See the article below from Financial Advisor.
Does that idea resonate with you?
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"Life Insurers Should Help Customers Live Healthier Lives, Report Says"
From Financial Advisor:
* The study said subsidizing the cost of an exercise subscription service would be a smart strategy for a life insurer targeting time-strapped millennials. Also, an app for how to eat healthy while spending less would also resonate with millennials. And for a life insurer with an older customer base, the most appealing offer might be an app that focuses on overcoming physical limitations, perhaps through personalized classes, the study said.
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