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Since 1847, Penn Mutual has been committed to helping people live life with confidence. At the heart of this purpose is the belief that life insurance is central to a sound financial plan. Through our network of trusted advisers, we are dedicated to helping individuals, families and businesses achieve their dreams. Penn Mutual supports its advisers with retirement and investment services through Hornor, Townsend & Kent, Inc. Registered Investment Advisor and wholly owned subsidiary. Member FINRA/SIPC. We are proud to work together in a values-driven and relationship-based culture. Visit Penn Mutual at www.pennmutual.com.

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Advisers: Achieve Lasting Success with Penn Mutual’s Field Development Team

By Penn Mutual | October 24, 2019

Penn Mutual Vice President of Field Development Heather Scher established the Field Development Team with a very specific goal in mind: to provide resources, support, and programs to our advisers…. Read More

Navigating the Hidden Risks Emerging in the Indexed Universal Life (IUL) Marketplace

By Penn Mutual | August 5, 2019

New Indexed Universal Life (IUL) products are emerging in the marketplace and becoming increasingly popular. At first glance, these IUL products offer an opportunity for even more upside potential compared… Read More

Does Life Insurance Keep You Awake at Night? Here’s How to Sleep Soundly

By Penn Mutual | April 4, 2019

You’ve heard for years that you need to get life insurance. It’s kept you awake at night, and you’ve decided it’s finally time to really do something about it. What type of insurance do you need, and how much?

The Most Common Mistakes People Make in Saving for Retirement

By Penn Mutual | November 6, 2018

In my experience, when people say they’re planning for retirement, that simply means they’ve been putting money away every year. Don’t get me wrong – that’s an important first step – but simply saving for retirement may not count as planning for retirement.

The Hard Truth about “Buy Term, Invest the Difference”

By Penn Mutual | September 4, 2018

In the decades since the idea of “buy term and invest the difference” first gained popularity, we’ve learned that this approach doesn’t work so well in real life. Here is the hard truth of buy term and invest the rest.

Can Technology Take Place of An Adviser for Millennials?

By Penn Mutual | July 11, 2018

According to 2018 Bank of America Millennial Report, one in four millennials often worry about their finances, and one in three named ‘not having enough money saved’ as a top stressor. Is there an app for that?

Life Insurance Can Balance Retirement and College Savings Goals

By Penn Mutual | June 12, 2018

Parents face a tough choice: Save for their children’s college education or save for retirement. Fortunately, this is not an either/or situation, because there are strategies that allow parents to save for both needs simultaneously. One important and often overlooked tool for achieving this is permanent life insurance.

Mentoring is a Win for both Mentor and Mentee

By Penn Mutual | June 5, 2018

Mentoring can be a powerful experience, especially for those of us in the financial industry. I thought I was joining the Women in Financial Services (WIFS) mentorship program to give back, but I’ve learned so much through the experience than I thought possible.

5 Ways to Balance College and Retirement Savings

By Penn Mutual | April 10, 2018

Saving for one goal doesn’t have to mean sacrificing the other. Try these strategies to help you prioritize and balance college and retirement savings.

Teach Your Children to Be Early Savers

By Penn Mutual | March 7, 2018

Learning healthy financial habits early on can set children up for a successful future. But although almost 90% of parents talk to their kids about money, nearly 60% feel ill-prepared to tackle the topic. Luckily, teaching your kids to be money smart doesn’t have to be intimidating. Here are some strategies for giving your children a head start on saving.