By Paul S. McNulty, CFP® It felt like 2020 would never end, so it’s hard to believe we’re already halfway through 2021. And having been reminded of the harsh reality that we cannot predict
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.
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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By Paul S. McNulty, CFP® With many kinds of retirement plans, it can be hard to tell the differences between them at first glance. Two of the biggest types of retirement plans offered by employers
By Paul S. McNulty, CFP® Financial disadvantages disproportionately affect women in this country, regardless of marital status. Women do not invest nearly as much as men—40% less on average.
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