The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company (Penn Mutual) is pleased to announce that Eileen McDonnell, chairman and CEO of Penn Mutual, was recently named as the recipient of the esteemed Admiral Charles LeMoyne Distinguished Civilian Award for 2018.
Financial trouble can severely stunt a military career: Some service members struggle to meet the financial expectations of the military and monetarily support their families. To help prevent such problems, Elizabeth Plot has volunteered with the Navy Marine Corp Relief Society for the past 10 years as a financial counselor.
The American College of Financial Services presented the 2018 Soldier Citizen Award to General David H. Petraeus during the fifth annual veterans networking and fundraising event, "The Clambake," at The Westin Philadelphia on September 13th.
There are two mega trends that have converged to create a tremendous opportunity for both the financial services industry and the men and women who have honorably served in the armed forces of the United States and their spouses.
What if I told you there was a group of 21.8 million devoted, collaborative, hardworking and enthusiastic individuals seeking employment in the United States? Would you be interested in attracting this group to your company?
One of the biggest financial shocks for transitioning from active duty is with taxes. “Active duty members enjoy some tax benefits that no longer apply and will result in a smaller net pay even if their salary is similar as a civilian,” explains Ted Digges.
If you’re a veteran — or the spouse of a vet — you may qualify for a scholarship at the American College Penn Mutual Center for Veterans Affairs, established to help vets and their spouses can transition into the world of finance.
The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co. recently announced that the Penn Mutual Center for Veterans Affairs reached two milestones in its efforts to provide educational support and career opportunities to military veterans and their spouses.
The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company (Penn Mutual) is thrilled to announce that The American College Penn Mutual Center for Veterans Affairs has reached two major milestones in their efforts to provide educational support and career opportunities to military veterans and their spouses.
The American College Penn Mutual Center for Veterans Affairs reached a major milestone, surpassing the $2 million mark in total scholarships awarded to military veterans, active duty, and their spouses.