Living Mutual

Living mutual has always been at the core of our human existence, and it's the principle that's guided us since our founding in 1851. It's not a concept we invented, but one we champion for the simple reason that people take it for granted today.

Know your partner's money habits before you say "I will."

Disabilities that are not visible to others affect millions. Support groups can help.

Depending on what they're playing, they might actually be learning to be smarter about money.

Some colleges offer unique financial aid and scholarships to twins and siblings. 

What to consider when selling your first home, from staging to negotiating.

It can help to discuss wishes and costs with family and friends beforehand.

At a Connecticut gym, members and instructors support each other on the journey to good health.  

Tracking down a life insurance policy for a deceased family member isn’t hard when you know where to look. 

Settling an estate is a difficult job that takes patience and organization.

Follow treatment plans, keep appointments, and be honest.

It might be easier to qualify before tapping retirement resources.

This approach blends treatment components from mental health fields with financial planning techniques.

Out-of-pocket health care costs in retirement are much higher for senior singles than for senior couples. 

LGBTQ college students and their allies can potentially pare their tuition costs.

By adding to your IRA earlier than April of the next year, your investment can potentially deliver more growth.

Parents and caregivers can help kids mourn loss by grieving and talking about death in a healthy way.

Your 401(k) may not generate sufficient income to sustain your retirement. 

Diversifying your investments may be a wise strategy over time.