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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.

The Living Benefits of Life Insurance

By Zach Hamilton | September 26, 2017

While the death benefit is the essential component of life insurance, there are many ways that permanent life insurance can be a valuable resource for you over the course of your life, while you are alive. We call these the “living benefits of life insurance,” and they can be significant.

What to Expect Financially When You’re Expecting

By Paul and Susana Tompkin | August 9, 2016

Having a baby is a big step, both emotionally and financially. A lot has been written about the everyday aspects of having a baby, but we thought it might be good to talk about the financial side of becoming a parent.

10 Financial Things To Do Before You’re 40

By Zachary Meissner | March 1, 2016

There truly are some important financial things you should do before you turn 40. There is a good reason for this: At age 40, you are still relatively young and healthy, and time is on your side.

College Planning for Kindergartners

By David O’Malley | September 22, 2015

It’s never too early to start planning for college, or too late. If you’re a parent of a kindergartner, here is what you need to know for planning for college.