By Paul S. McNulty, CFP® Do you really need long-term care insurance? It’s a question that’s crossed all our minds at some point. For some, the
About Paul McNulty
A financial advisor serving Boston, MA, Paul McNulty has over 20 years of experience helping people navigate the ups and downs of the economy toward the financial future they envision. His education consists of a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Rhode Island and the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ (CFP®) professional designation, which required advanced coursework in taxes, retirement planning, wealth transfer, investments, insurance and other financial issues.
Social Security Income Planning
Social Security Income Planning helps maximize your social security benefits so that you get the most out of your retirement plan.
Retirement is simply a transition from your asset accumulation phase to a time where you will begin to spend down what you’ve earned over your lifetime.
For many, the greatest threat to a secure retirement is longevity. Having your savings grow consistently even after retirement is essential.
Wealth Management addresses all key areas of your financial situation from investments to accounting, tax and estate planning.
Planning for retirement is the top concern for most of our clients. However, retirement is not a one-time event or an end to our planning. Retirement is simply a transition from your asset accumulation phase to a time where you will begin to spend down what you’ve earned over your lifetime.
Our goal is to help pre-retirees make sure they have enough savings to retire by helping them maximize their retirement plan allocations. We want retirees to get the income streams they need through Social Security, annuities, and retirement plan distributions.
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We would love to sit down with you and offer a free review of your retirement plan.
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By Paul S. McNulty, CFP® Of all the big milestones we reach in life, turning 70½ is not one we usually think about. First of all, it’s not even a
By Paul S. McNulty, CFP® A new year is almost upon us, and it’s all too easy to mentally jump ahead to 2020 and start making plans for the coming
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