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Penn Mutual Takes on Vegas at the USA Sevens Rugby Tournament and Festival

By David O’Malley | February 26, 2015

Earlier this month, I was thrilled to experience rugby for the first time at the USA Sevens Rugby Tournament and Festival in Las Vegas. Having not seen a rugby match in person yet, I couldn’t wait to see first-hand why rugby is the fastest growing team sport in America.

Go Red for Women: My Journey with Heart Disease

By Krista Savino | February 24, 2015

I was born with a rare congenital heart defect called Ebstein’s Anomaly. Within 12 hours of being born with an enlarged heart, I was rushed to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia where the doctors told my parents that I was unlikely to survive. I’m happy to be able to say, they were wrong!

Business Lessons Learned on the Rugby Pitch

By Matthew Condon | February 17, 2015

Playing and coaching rugby is an important part of my life. I’ve been amazed by how my experiences on the rugby field – or pitch, as it is called – parallel my work with clients, partnering with Penn Mutual.

What Glass Ceiling?

By Eileen C. McDonnell | February 12, 2015

Recently, I was interviewed by Forbes.com contributor Emma Johnson, who focuses her coverage on women and money. During our conversation we talked a lot about my views on what many call “the glass ceiling.

Do You Need Life Insurance When You Retire?

By Raymond Caucci | February 10, 2015

The traditional thinking about life insurance is that you only need life insurance when you have an income to protect, when you have a mortgage, or when you have kids to support. Once you hit 65 and retire, says the myth, you don’t need life insurance. That is not true.

10 Tips to Ensure Your Beneficiary Designations Square with Your Estate Plan

By Penn Mutual | February 3, 2015

Estate planning uses many tools to transfer assets to beneficiaries and heirs. However, there is one area of estate planning that is often overlooked: the disposition of many assets following an individual’s death may be directed not by Will, trust, or other planning document – but by contractual beneficiary designation.