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Go Red for Women: Heart Health and Financial Health Go Hand-in-Hand

By Margaret Walker | February 23, 2016

There is this myth that heart disease is a bigger problem for men than for women. The reality is that heart disease kills more women than men and is the cause of one out of every three female deaths in the U.S. Penn Mutual has been a major local supporter of the Go Red for Women initiative.

What the Life of Significance Award Really Means

By Leanne Acton | February 17, 2016

We will soon begin the nomination process for this year’s Penn Mutual Life of Significance Award. Introduced last year, the award is given annually to a collegiate rugby player participating in the Penn Mutual Collegiate Rugby Championship who best exemplifies Penn Mutual’s values of integrity, commitment and respect, and has made substantial contributions to society and their community.

Suddenly Single: Financial Advice for Newly Widowed and Divorced Women

By Joan Wilton | February 9, 2016

Women who suddenly find themselves alone, either through divorce or the death of their spouse, face some daunting financial challenges.

Reinventing Life Insurance: Drexel Students Team with Penn Mutual

By Jeffrey Fleischman | February 2, 2016

How does a nearly 169-year-old company keep current? We do it by partnering with a group of 18- to 20-year olds to help map out our future. Penn Mutual is working with a class at the Dana and David Dornsife Office for Experiential Learning in Drexel’s LeBow College of Business.