Your future is our business

If working in your business leaves you little time to protect what you’ve built, MassMutual can help. No matter the stage of your business, we can help you address what’s most important and minimize personal, business and financial risks.

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Resources & Guidance for Your Business
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Business Owners Perspectives Study

The 2022 MassMutual Business Owner Perspectives Study takes the pulse of today’s business owners. The reality is that for many owners, long-term planning is not always top of mind. We recommend that you review the study with your family, business partners, and key advisors to begin a meaningful dialogue about your business’ long-term success.

Download the executive summary (PDF)


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Use our calculator to help determine the financial value of your key employees, then learn how you can help protect your bottom line.
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Are you prepared for a partnership buyout after an unexpected event?
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Use our calculator to figure out what your estimated overhead expense are. Then, we'll show you how you can help protect your business in case you become disabled.
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Business Valuation

Understanding what your business is worth and knowing what drives the value, helps you make informed decisions about what happens to the business when you leave, how your retirement plan is funded, and how your estate is fairly distributed.

Protect Your Family


Find out how you can help your business continue to operate even while you are unable to work due to sickness or injury.


Protect the business and ensure family harmony.


Parents, children, and grandchildren can make a business work, with the right skills.
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Organizations can use life insurance as a valuable benefit to attract top talent and build loyalty by helping employees protect their loved ones. Business owners can use life insurance for additional purposes including protecting their company, family, partners, and key employees from the financial consequences of an unexpected death.

Protect Your Business


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


If you are a business owner looking to retire, beware of liquidation pitfalls.


They protect against the 5 D's: death, disability, divorce, departure, and disqualification.


It might be a candidate for liquidation, depending on the answers to these questions.

Protect Your Vision


The right successor is critical to the long term success of the business.


Consider the options: ESOP, transfer, sale, or management buyout?


Ways for a business to attract and retain great employees.


Life and disability income insurance can help protect your highest earners.
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Disabilities that affect someone's ability to work can be a serious issue for businesses and organizations of all sizes. Whether you're a business owner or a benefits manager, disability income (DI) insurance can help replace a portion of your employee's income if they become too ill or injured to work.

Protect Your Future


Know the different ways you can put a value on your business.


When you know what your business is worth, you can plan more realistically.


Three keys to maximizing the value of your business.
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Partner with a local financial professional to help protect your business, family, and future.