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Heart Disease in Women – Small Steps Can Lead to Big Strides in Health and Well-being

By Michael Clark, M.D. | February 13, 2018

Heart disease affects more than 6 million women annually and is the leading cause of death in women in the United States. Surprised? You’re not alone – one recent American Heart Association survey indicated that almost half of those surveyed, particularly younger women and those in racial and ethnic minorities were not fully aware of the risk represented by heart disease, particularly coronary artery heart disease.

Four Commitments for Financial Success

By Carolyn Humphrey | February 6, 2018

Nowhere is a commitment more essential to success than when it comes to financial success. Here are four commitments you can make now that will help you understand what you need to do to reach financial success and, more importantly, the steps you need to take to make this happen.

What I Learned from Visiting a Financial Adviser

By Madison Hughes | January 30, 2018

As a professional rugby player my schedule is incredibly busy. I recently had the opportunity to sit down with a Penn Mutual Financial Adviser, and I am better off for having this experience.

How to Get Your Financial Life in Order on a Snow Day

By Cara Drew | January 23, 2018

Snow days can bring a welcome respite from the rush and bustle of everyday life. Suddenly housebound with nowhere to go and nothing to do, it can be a rare chance to just sit quietly watching the snow fall, or maybe to tackle some household projects you’ve been putting off. Here’s an idea that can combine deep thought with something you might have long neglected: Take some time to get your financial life in order. Here are a few financial things to think about if you find yourself with a snow day.

How to Choose the Right Executor for Your Estate

By Margaret Muldoon | January 16, 2018

When it comes to estate planning, many people view choosing an Executor (also referred to as Personal Representative) as the easiest part of the process. However, when planning your Will, choosing the right Executor can be one of the most important decisions you’ll make.

How to Recover Financially from the Holidays

By Penn Mutual | January 9, 2018

43% of holiday shoppers regret their splurges, according to a survey by Lending Tree. Here are 7 mostly painless ways to restore your financial balance.

How Permanent Life Insurance Can Help Secure Your Child’s Financial Future

By Penn Mutual | January 2, 2018

Purchasing a permanent life insurance policy for your kids when they’re young can offer a combination of affordably priced premiums and locked-in insurability for life. Permanent life insurance can also yield something else that may be even more important: cash value.

Safeguard Your Small Business With Key Employee Insurance

By Penn Mutual | December 26, 2017

One of the most important aspects of owning a small business is protecting your assets, and that includes the most valued members of your team. That’s where key employee insurance comes in.

Does Your Estate Plan Cover Your Digital Assets?

By Penn Mutual | December 19, 2017

Going online to manage your money, check emails, plan your calendar or stay connected with friends and family eliminates paper trails, but it creates something else: digital assets. While digital assets may not have a physical presence, like a home or collectibles, you still need to make room for them in your estate plan.

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.

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