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The Alliance for Lifetime Income

Along with some of the nation's leading financial services organizations, MassMutual has partnered with the Alliance for Lifetime Income, a nonprofit 501(c)(6) consumer education organization. Together, we raise awareness and educate Americans about the importance of guaranteed lifetime income when it comes to retirement.



A longer lifespan can translate into a longer retirement, so your savings may have to go further and last longer. Annuities are one of the few sources of retirement income that can guarantee1 income for life.

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How annuities work

Learn the differences between deferred fixed, variable, and income annuities and how they can work for you. Contact a MassMutual financial professional today.


Annuities: Criticisms and rebuttals

Just as one product doesn’t fit all needs, blanket criticisms don’t necessarily apply to all cases. So what are some of the more common criticisms aimed at annuities generally — and what makes them fair or unfair?


The retirement income crisis ... and what can be done about it

America’s retirement numbers aren’t adding up, but innovation and growing awareness may offer some relief.

Learn more at the Alliance for Lifetime Income

Knowing that 10,000 people are retiring every day and that their retirement savings may need to last 20, 30 or more years in their retirement, the Alliance for Lifetime Income saw a critical need to create awareness for and begin addressing this looming problem. Founded by some of the nation's leading financial services organizations, the Alliance believes that every American should have peace of mind knowing that they can count on a source of protected monthly income that will last as long as they live.

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Social Security and You

When it comes to Social Security, your age, marital status, health, and financial needs are all importent.

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Financial Wellness

Retirement Planning

There is no "one size fits all" plan for retirement, but a good retirement plan normally includes: a 401(k) plan, your Social Security, and retirement savings. Our Retirement Planning page can help answer your retirement questions.

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