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

Reverse Rollovers: Investors May Have Been Doing IRA Rollovers Wrong All Along

Reverse Rollovers: Investors May Have Been Doing IRA Rollovers Wrong All Along

Maybe your retirement investing strategy could benefit from a little reverse engineering.

Retirement Investors May Have Been Doing Rollovers Wrong All Along

Retirement Investors May Have Been Doing Rollovers Wrong All Along

Maybe your retirement investing strategy could benefit from a little reverse engineering.

One Employer Can Set You On Course for an Early Retirement

One Employer Can Set You On Course for an Early Retirement

A wide variety of jobs, good pay, super benefits and lucrative retirement plans -- all from the same employer.

Top Jobs to Set You On Course for an Early Retirement

Top Jobs to Set You On Course for an Early Retirement

A wide variety of jobs, good pay, super benefits and lucrative retirement plans -- all from the same employer.

Social Security Is Hot-Button Topic Among Presidential Hopefuls

Social Security Is Hot-Button Topic Among Presidential Hopefuls

Most Republican candidates favor boosting the Social Security retirement age close to 70.

Presidential Hopefuls Stir Voters with Talk of Raising the American Retirement Age

Presidential Hopefuls Stir Voters with Talk of Raising the American Retirement Age

Most Republican candidates favor boosting the Social Security retirement age close to 70.

Nazi Retirement Plan Halted: Criminals to Stop Receiving Millions in Benefits from U.S. Government

Nazi Retirement Plan Halted: Criminals to Stop Receiving Millions in Benefits from U.S. Government

Social Security checks were issued to 133 Nazis and collaborators from 1962 until as recently as January.

4 Surprising Retirement Saving Secrets to Success

4 Surprising Retirement Saving Secrets to Success

Retiring early means employing a bit of good timing – and a happy marriage.

Identity Theft After Death: How to Keep Crooks from ‘Ghosting’ Deceased Loved Ones

Identity Theft After Death: How to Keep Crooks from ‘Ghosting’ Deceased Loved Ones

The Social Security Administration has long been a leaky faucet of personal information, easily tapped by criminals. But you can minimize the risk of deceased family members being victimized.

Retirement Game-Winning Strategy: Advisors Say Index Investing Is the Way to Go

Retirement Game-Winning Strategy: Advisors Say Index Investing Is the Way to Go

Index funds are being recommended more and more for retirement investments. But is that what your advisor is telling you?