Lunar New Year is a time for new beginnings. Now is a great time to take action to create a stronger financial future for you and your family. MassMutual wishes you and your family a happy and prosperous New Year!

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Every February we celebrate #BlackHistoryMonth. Throughout the month we remember and honor the achievements and contributions of African Americans in our nations history.


Why investors must start early to save for college? Mike Fanning, the head of MassMutual's domestic U.S. insurance and retirement operations, says that his company's college savings calculator "estimates that a family with a 5-year-old child entering kindergarten today can expect to pay a hefty amount when their child enters college in 2030."

Soaring tuition and staggering student loan debt make paying for college a huge challenge.

Financial Design Associates kicked off Janaury bidding farewell to 2017 and honoring our leaders with awards. Our awards leaders included Philip Rogero, Natasha Donaldson, Chris Gaillard, Carl Coolidge, Mason Heidt, Michael Sousou, Steve Glenn, Larry Hadden and Russell Jacobs. Congratulations to everyone, we are proud of your achievements! #evenbetterin2018 #excitingtimesahead

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Financial Design Associates shows our support for the Jacksonville Jaguars!

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In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day let us celebrate the legacy he has created. #MLK

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The share of household and family responsibilities is even higher for women who are the primary breadwinners

A new study released today shows that even as women catch up to men as family earners and actually outpace them in academic achievement, they continue

Join us on Friday, January 19th 2:00PM EST for a WebEx on Opportunities Under the 2018 Tax Law Changes featuring Patrick Olearcek, JD, CLU, ChFC, head of MassMutual Advanced Sales. Register here now:

Wishing you and your family a happy and healthy New Year! All the best for a prosperous 2018!

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Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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For the third year in a row, MassMutual is honored to have earned the Military Friendly Employer designation from G.I. Jobs and Military Spouse! The designation reflects efforts made within our company to recruit and support veteran development. To learn more about Military Friendly designation and MassMutual, check out:

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Congratulations to Financial Design Associates for being selected as one of the 2017 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For in the Nation! #ourworkplacerocks #wediditagain

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Financial Design Associates was a major sponsor for the Downtown Development Panel at Intuition Ale Works in Jacksonville.The wide-ranging conversation touched on recent developments regarding The District, two affordable housing developments under development by The Vestcor Companies, plans for development at The Shipyards and restoration of the Barnett Bank building and Laura Street Trio. We are proud to be a part of the development discussion!

Congratulations to Nathan F. Rogero, FSCP®, CRPS® for obtaining his Certified Retirement Plan Specialist (CRPS®) designation. This is a rigorous program designed to help advisors understand client's needs in a comprehensive manner. Financial Design Associates is proud of you and your accomplishments!

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Congratulations to Raji Corey, FSCP - Registered Representative - MassMutual and his wife on their first baby, Elijah Mark Corey. We wish you all the happiness in the world!

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As families gather from far and wide to break bread over the Thanksgiving holiday, financial professionals suggest adding a less traditional topic to the conversation lineup: estate planning.

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