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.

What if you could help people help themselves through improving financial wellness?

How one financial advisor focuses on simple principles to keep clients satisfied.

Women often help their friends and family at the expense of their own financial security.

Two young men find creative ways to return the love they received in their childhood.

A 401(k) loan can be a ready source of funds in an emergency, but there are risks involved.

Targeted prospecting is a big part of success. It starts with identifying the market you want to work in.

It's a team effort using a variety of methods, our College Saving Study reveals.

Your parents, children or spouse may be responsible for what's left behind.

Three examples of people helping people, making themselves and the world better for it.

Renting or owning a home in retirement: breaking down the financial pros and cons.

How do you deliver workplace benefits to the millennial generation?

A pension risk transfer through a pension buyout solution helps companies focus on their core business.

Diplomas represent a lot of hard work and effort on the part of kids and families.

There are benefits to having a financial plan and being thoughtful in your retirement approach.

An executive bonus plan is a way to reward key employees using life insurance.

How one advisor finds a way to serve his clients and give back to his community.

Why are more employers are starting to focus on the financial wellness of their employees?

In today's business environment, the financial needs of institutional customers are varied and evolving.