Hal M. Bundrick, CFP

Hal M. Bundrick is a Certified Financial Planner and former financial advisor and senior investment specialist for Wall Street firms. Follow him on Twitter: @HalMBundrick

Recent Articles By The Author

9 Ways a Millennial Can Save Your Retirement

9 Ways a Millennial Can Save Your Retirement

Adopting a few of these money-smart attitudes just might prop up retirement savings for Gen X and Boomers.

Building the Retirement Dream: These Are the Home Features Boomers Seek Most

Building the Retirement Dream: These Are the Home Features Boomers Seek Most

Some retirees are moving from houses with rooms for the kids and making room for their RV instead.

Your Retirement Dream Home: The House Features Retirees Seek Most

Your Retirement Dream Home: The House Features Retirees Seek Most

Some retirees are moving from houses with rooms for the kids and making room for their RV instead.

IRA Check-In: How Your Results Stack up to These 4-Year Stats?

IRA Check-In: How Your Results Stack up to These 4-Year Stats?

A new study shows a wide gap in balance growth in both traditional and Roth IRAs.

How Is Your IRA Performing? Compare Your Results to These 4-Year Stats

How Is Your IRA Performing? Compare Your Results to These 4-Year Stats

A new study shows a wide gap in balance growth in both traditional and Roth IRAs.

The Government Wants to Cut the Pension Benefits of the U.S. Military -- Sound Familiar?

The Government Wants to Cut the Pension Benefits of the U.S. Military -- Sound Familiar?

The Pentagon has proposed a 'blended retirement plan,' to ‘recruit and retain’ the volunteer military force.

Retirement Crisis to Continue With a Whopping Blow to a Trusty Pension Plan

Retirement Crisis to Continue With a Whopping Blow to a Trusty Pension Plan

The Pentagon has proposed a 'blended retirement plan,' to ‘recruit and retain’ the volunteer military force.

Your Social Security Benefits Could Be Stripped from You

Your Social Security Benefits Could Be Stripped from You

These are the triggers that can cause your Social Security benefits to be cut back -- or cut off completely.

How You Can Lose Your Social Security Benefits

How You Can Lose Your Social Security Benefits

These are the triggers that can cause your Social Security benefits to be cut back -- or cut off completely.

Retirement Investing Is Moving to a Do-It-For-Me Model

Retirement Investing Is Moving to a Do-It-For-Me Model

401(k) participants are practically being forced to save for retirement -- and that seems to be a good thing.