By Richard Micliz | November 27, 2018
More and more, grandparents are helping pay for their grandchildren’s college education. A recent survey shows that upwards of 50 percent of grandparents are actively saving to fund these education expenses. Here are six steps you should take when it comes to college planning for your grandchildren.
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.
By Al Dickens III | September 11, 2018
People don’t fully understand all that life insurance can do for them while they are alive. As a result, they miss out on the numerous benefits that make up what many have discovered to be “The Miracle of Life Insurance.” Sure, life insurance is best known for its death benefit protection, but that is often where the conversation seems to end. It is now time for everyone to resume the conversation regarding life insurance.
By Penn Mutual | December 6, 2017
Buying life insurance in your 20s can yield some key benefits that you may lose out on by waiting to get covered. If you’ve been thinking about purchasing life insurance, but you’re not sure the time is right, here are five reasons not to put it off.
By Frank Howell | June 20, 2017
Creative use of life insurance can play an important role in a multi-generational legacy planning strategy, one that allows grandparents to set aside assets specifically to benefit their grandkids, yet still retain control over those assets during their lifetimes. This is a strategy I’ve used with my own clients.
By Penn Mutual | November 17, 2015
Indexed Universal Life (IUL) Insurance is becoming an increasingly popular choice for many people. LIMRA reports that IUL now represents the majority of all Universal Life premiums, at 52 percent, and 20 percent of all individual life premiums. Here’s what you need to know about IUL.
By Raymond Caucci | September 15, 2015
Banks will loan you money when you don’t need it but won’t give you a dime when you do. There’s a better way: Borrow money from the cash value of your life insurance.