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
The Difference Between 401(k)s And Pension Plans
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
Financial Planning For Single, Divorced & Widowed Women
By Paul S. McNulty, CFP® Financial disadvantages disproportionately affect women in this country, regardless of marital status. Women do not
What Should You Do When You Turn 65?
By Paul S. McNulty, CFP® Every decade has its milestones, but the ones you face in your 60s have more financial consequences and require more
Do You Have Multiple Retirement Plans? How To Consolidate And Maximize Returns
By Paul S. McNulty, CFP® Planning for retirement is one of your top priorities—which is why you’ve been diligently saving into your
How Could The New Administration Affect Your Retirement?
By Paul S. McNulty, CFP® Each new presidential administration comes in with grand plans to change policies, better the nation, and ultimately do
Should You Do A 401(k) Rollover?
By Paul S. McNulty, CFP® Year after year you’ve been diligently putting money into your trusty 401(k)—one of the best retirement savings vehicles
Your 2021 Social Security Planning Guide
By Paul S. McNulty, CFP® We’ve been hearing for many years about the impending “gray tsunami”—the wave of baby boomers who will retire—and
What To Do If You Get Laid Off
By Paul S. McNulty, CFP® Prior to COVID-19’s grand entrance, unemployment rates were hovering near 50-year lows and jobs were available in