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Preparing for a secure financial future involves finding a product that can help you reach your goals. Two factors that determine how much money you accumulate are your time horizon and the credited interest rate

The following table shows how a hypothetical $100,000 purchase payment would grow at various interest rates and over various time periods.

Example assumes a $100,000 purchase payment and no withdrawals. Contract charges will apply if money is withdrawn during the early withdrawal charge period. Amounts withdrawn may be subject to taxes. Products issued by MassMutual Ascend Life Insurance CompanySM (Cincinnati, Ohio), a wholly owned subsidiary of Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual). Consult with your financial professional about options that might be right for you.

For use with contract forms P1074514ID, P1470218ID, P1113516ID, P1471718ID, P1126818ID, P1135619ID, P1140119ID, P1146620ID, P1140219ID, P1110416ID, ICC20-P1144420NW and ICC20-P1144420NW-NoMVA, ICC20-P1144520NW and ICC20-P1144520NW-NoMVA, ICC20-P1474420NW and ICC20-P1474420NW-NoMVA, P1080010ID, P1457113ID, P1129918ID, P1129918ID, P1134618ID, P1112916ID, P1112916ID, P1470017ID, P1104414ID, P1138919ID, P1088011ID, P1088111ID, P1463016ID, P1459716ID, P1123117ID, P1123217ID, P1133518ID, P1086811ID and P1081610ID. Form numbers vary by state.

This content does not apply in the state of New York.

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