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

Prescription Prices for People Over 50 Skyrocket 8 Times Faster Than Inflation Rate

Prescription Prices for People Over 50 Skyrocket 8 Times Faster Than Inflation Rate

And the news gets worse: After years of price declines for generic drugs, it seems even that trend is reversing.

The 401(k) Fix: Retirement Investors Should Consider Roll-Ins Rather Than Just Rollovers

The 401(k) Fix: Retirement Investors Should Consider Roll-Ins Rather Than Just Rollovers

A 401(k) rollover is not always the right move, but often it's the most convenient. Regulators are working to give you more options for your retirement accounts.

The Retirement Rehearsal: How to Test Drive Life After Work

The Retirement Rehearsal: How to Test Drive Life After Work

A short-term simulation of retirement can reveal financial -- and emotional -- considerations. Here's how to plan a trial retirement.

Turning a Passion Into Profit for Retirement Income

Turning a Passion Into Profit for Retirement Income

For retirees, starting a business at retirement can be a good source of income. But often one serious issue stands in the way.

Small Business -- and State Governments -- May Rescue Your Retirement

Small Business -- and State Governments -- May Rescue Your Retirement

State-sponsored retirement plans for employees of small businesses are gaining favor.

Retirement Conundrum: Why Hardly Anyone Buys Mutual Funds That Pay Out Post-Career Income

Retirement Conundrum: Why Hardly Anyone Buys Mutual Funds That Pay Out Post-Career Income

Funds that manage retirement income payouts have been, so far, mostly ignored by investors. The funds are designed to ease retirement withdrawals.

Best Retirement Planning Apps (Not the Same Old Useless Ones)

Best Retirement Planning Apps (Not the Same Old Useless Ones)

Beyond the 'how much money do I need to retire' tools, these apps offer some actionable info to help you envision retirement.

Investment Clubs -- Can You Boost Retirement Savings With a Social Network?

Investment Clubs -- Can You Boost Retirement Savings With a Social Network?

Buying stocks for fun -- and profit. Social networks can play a big role in your retirement savings strategy.

20% More Retirement Income -- Another Good Reason Not to Rollover Your 401(k)

20% More Retirement Income -- Another Good Reason Not to Rollover Your 401(k)

Want more retirement income? One expert says here's what you have to do: Nothing.

Continue Working or Retire Now? You May Have Another Choice

Continue Working or Retire Now? You May Have Another Choice

Phased retirement benefits allow you to slide, rather than jump, into retirement. Here's how the plans work.