4 Easy Steps to Retirement

This retirement article is original content written by Manchester, CT Financial Advisor Thomas Scanlon, CFP®, CPA. Ah, retirement, it appears to be on a lot of folks minds.  No wonder.  There are 10,000 people A DAY turning 65 in the U.S. Repeat, A DAY. 1) That’s a ton of people finally putting out and heading… Continue Reading: 4 Easy Steps to Retirement

5 Easy Ways to Plan for the Certainty of Your Financial Uncertainty

This article is original content written by Manchester, CT Financial Advisor Thomas Scanlon, CFP®, CPA Expect the Unexpected Expect the unexpected. When the unexpected happens, there is no do-over. There is no reset button to push. Remember, You Only Get a Mulligan in Golf. You knew that already. So why am I telling you this?… Continue Reading: 5 Easy Ways to Plan for the Certainty of Your Financial Uncertainty

“It’s Not About the Money”

This article is original content written by Manchester, CT Financial Advisor Thomas Scanlon, CFP®, CPA Don’t you just love it when a Major League athlete signs a huge contract with a new team and says, “It’s not about the money.” Bull Just to be clear: It’s always about the money!   Don’t get me wrong… Continue Reading: “It’s Not About the Money”

5 Easy Steps to Get a Paycheck in Retirement

This article is original content written by Manchester, CT Financial Advisor Thomas Scanlon, CFP®, CPA   Playing more golf, going to the beach or spending more time with your grandchildren is how some visualize their retirement.  During your working career you went to work every day to get your paycheck.  Assuming you are fully retired… Continue Reading: 5 Easy Steps to Get a Paycheck in Retirement

The Difference Between a Roth IRA and an IRA

  The Roth IRA and an IRA both offer different tax advantaged ways to save for retirement. If you are serious about your retirement plan take these 5 Easy Steps to Retirement. Roth IRA   In 2019, investors are allowed to fund a Roth IRA up to $6,000 per year. Additionally investors age 50 and… Continue Reading: The Difference Between a Roth IRA and an IRA