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Spring Cleaning – Declutter Your Financial Life

By Carolyn Humphrey | April 18, 2017

The start of spring marks not only a good time for cleaning your house and garden, but is also an opportune time to clean up your finances and get things in better order. Done right, it should make your life easier throughout the rest of the year. Your financial life will be less cluttered, and you will be able to work more efficiently.

Recapture Hidden Wealth

By Chris Lyman | March 8, 2017

It is important to review your spending habits at least monthly, especially because you might not realize exactly what you’re spending. Once you do, you’ll see that there are some simple steps you can take to improve your financial fitness and recapture hidden wealth.

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.

Stepping into Your Power: A Call to Action through Women of Impact

By Helene Lerner | March 29, 2016

Earlier this month, I launched an online video series called Women of Impact, short one-on-one interviews with women leaders who are playing an active role in reshaping the world. The Women of Impact segment for April features my interview with Eileen McDonnell, Chairman & CEO of Penn Mutual. I chose Eileen for my second interview because I think she has an important message to share.

Go Red for Women: Heart Health and Financial Health Go Hand-in-Hand

By Margaret Walker | February 23, 2016

There is this myth that heart disease is a bigger problem for men than for women. The reality is that heart disease kills more women than men and is the cause of one out of every three female deaths in the U.S. Penn Mutual has been a major local supporter of the Go Red for Women initiative.

Women Are Taking Charge—of Both Their Physical and Financial Health

By Eileen C. McDonnell | May 19, 2015

For women, our financial health and our physical health are tied together more closely than you might think. Penn Mutual and Go Red For Women share a passion for empowering women to take charge of their physical and financial health.