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Financial Planning When You Lose or Change Your Job

By Carl DeMarco | January 15, 2019

Changing a job presents a tremendous financial change. Here are some of the financial planning opportunities and pitfalls that you may encounter while changing jobs – whether the change is voluntary or not.

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.

Planning Your Journey Up and Down the “Retirement Mountain”

By David LaBricciosa | July 25, 2017

I wrote recently in The Hill about how retirement is like climbing a mountain. The peak of the mountain is your retirement date, and the ascent is the struggle to earn and save along the way. Of course, getting to the top of the mountain is only half the journey. Once you reach the top, you still have to work yourself safely down.

3 Money Mistakes You Don’t Want to Make

By Ande Frazier | March 1, 2017

When it comes to your personal finances, a mistake can really impact your financial future. These 3 money mistakes are ones that you generally don’t want to make.

Five Things You Didn’t Know Life Insurance Could Do

By Raymond Caucci | September 2, 2014

When most people think of life insurance, they focus on the death benefits of life insurance, and don’t even know that a permanent policy can provide so much more.