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Millennials: Live in the Moment but Plan for Retirement

By Jethro Kollie | December 12, 2017

Millennials are into experiences rather than ownership. Many futurists talk about how we live in a “post-ownership society,” where people would rather rent than own a house, use Uber and Zipcar instead of own a car, and use Spotify to stream music rather than own a CD from their favorite artist. But even people who live for today’s experiences should be planning for their financial future.

5 Reasons to Buy Life Insurance in Your 20s

By Penn Mutual | December 6, 2017

Buying life insurance in your 20s can yield some key benefits that you may lose out on by waiting to get covered. If you’ve been thinking about purchasing life insurance, but you’re not sure the time is right, here are five reasons not to put it off.

Financial Services is a Great Career for Women

By Mickey Butler | November 28, 2017

Working in financial services can be a great career for women; however, many are still hesitant to give it a try or simply aren’t aware of the career options available. I’m hoping we can change that.

Financial Wellness: Get Your Wealth on Track

By Larry Adkins | November 21, 2017

It’s natural for people to dedicate time and effort toward their physical wellbeing – eating healthy, spending time at the gym, and taking up hobbies or activities that promote a balanced lifestyle. But, what about your financial wellbeing? Financial fitness is just as important but is often disregarded by many Americans. Here are four actionable takeaways that can help put you on the track toward financial success.

Empowering Heroes at The American College Penn Mutual Center for Veterans Affairs

By Ted Digges, Captain, SC, USN (Ret.) | November 14, 2017

After 15 years in the Navy, I was planning my next steps as I re-entered civilian life. I was interested in a career in financial services, and I was even taking distance learning classes at The American College to gain the appropriate certifications. Then 9/11 happened…

What Working with a Financial Adviser Did for Me

By Alexandra Swan | November 7, 2017

Five years ago, my 15-year marriage ended and suddenly I was thrust into single parenthood. Once the divorce dust settled, and bank accounts, retirement funds, and the profits from the sale of the joint home were distributed, I found myself thinking, “What now?”

Love the Legacy: Reflections on the Life of Significance Award

By Jenna Jones | October 31, 2017

I was honored to be the recipient of Penn Mutual’s Life of Significance award for this year. I had no idea I had even been nominated by my coach until I got the phone call while at rugby practice. I’ve since read the amazing bios of the other nominees, and I’m humbled to have even been nominated.

It’s Time for a National First Responders Day

By Peter Tedone | October 24, 2017

I’ve been a first responder myself for over 43 years. It seems strange that there is no national day of recognition for first responders. There are certainly days honoring the police and firefighters, but those are only two of the many different roles that are considered “first responders,” those who put their lives on the line by running towards danger in order to help others.

My Experience in Writing a Will

By Jay Perlman | October 17, 2017

I just went through the process of meeting with attorneys to draw up a Will and deal with all the issues of my impending demise. Or, maybe my demise is not so impending, but I think it still makes sense to be prepared.

On the Watch for Financial Abuse

By Christine Hennigan | October 10, 2017

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The numbers are shocking, and there is a relatively unknown side of domestic abuse to be on the watch for: Financial abuse. One in four women will be victims of some sort of domestic abuse in their lifetime, either emotional or physical abuse. Of these, 99 percent of them will also be victims of financial abuse, where the abuser uses money as a means of manipulation. Here is what you can do about it.

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