Individual life insurance annualized premiums plunged 20% in the second quarter, according to LIMRA’s U.S. Individual Life Insurance Sales report. For the year to date, sales fell by 23%.

In a statement, LIMRA senior analyst Ashley Durham called the drop-off the “steepest six-month decline since the second half of 1942.”

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