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.

Mistakes are common when buying life insurance. Here's what to avoid.

A MassMutual advisor can help

One recent graduate's take on academia's role in the workplace.

Data science

Latinos live longer and, statistically, have less saved for retirement.

Hispanics and longevity risk

Converting a term life policy to permanent coverage may help you meet your financial goals.

MassMutual can advise on term to perm conversions

Go Green Bay? MassMutual has a connection to a football legend.

The MassMutual team is here to help.

There can be financial aid and Medicaid consequences for paying school bills.

Possible college gifting moves for your grandchildren

Our data science program offers a master's degree and experience.

Data science

Someday you'll have to turn over the reins to someone else. Plan for it.

MassMutual can help you create a business succession plan.

Funerals these days are often shared, and sometimes even paid for, via social media.

Memorials and crowdfunding

Over 80 people came together to save a family caught in a deadly riptide. 

Living Mutual: Beach

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

Data science

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

Keys to client success: One advisor’s journey

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

Women and finances

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

Living mutual

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

Borrowing from your 401(k)

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

Smart prospecting

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

A mutual approach

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

Student loans