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

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.

Why Half of Single Boomer Women Are Still Working and Loving It

Why Half of Single Boomer Women Are Still Working and Loving It

For these working women, retirement will come later. One-third say they plan to retire between the ages of 65 to 69.

Single Boomer Women: Half Are Still Working and Loving It

Single Boomer Women: Half Are Still Working and Loving It

For these working women, retirement will come later. One-third say they plan to retire between the ages of 65 to 69.

Is Retirement Really All It's Cracked Up to Be?

Is Retirement Really All It's Cracked Up to Be?

Retirees who are financially set say no, but one academic believes otherwise. The problem may be practically inescapable: we're living too long.

Retirement Annuities Have a Tarnished Reputation: Are the Slams Valid?

Retirement Annuities Have a Tarnished Reputation: Are the Slams Valid?

Income for life is every retiree's goal, but the financial services industry continues to lose trust with exorbitant fees, commissions and sales incentives on annuities.

Is Retirement Overrated? You May Be Surprised By the Answer

Is Retirement Overrated? You May Be Surprised By the Answer

Retirees who are financially set say no, but one academic believes otherwise. The problem may be practically inescapable: we're living too long.

Why Do Financial Advisors Keep Giving Retirement Annuities a Bad Name?

Why Do Financial Advisors Keep Giving Retirement Annuities a Bad Name?

Income for life is every retiree's goal, but the financial services industry continues to lose trust with exorbitant fees, commissions and sales incentives on annuities.

Tinder for Retirees: Is This How the Over-50 Set Finds Love?

Tinder for Retirees: Is This How the Over-50 Set Finds Love?

Fighting loneliness, retirees are looking for travel companions, roommates and “activity” buddies.

Is Retiring With a Mortgage Bad News?

Is Retiring With a Mortgage Bad News?

This should be an easy decision. Debt in retirement is not a good thing. But not all financial advisors agree.