Raising Financially Responsible Kids

By Drew Overton | November 9, 2021

As I write this blog about raising financially responsible kids, I want to be completely transparent (dad joke). My wife and I have a 9-month-old daughter named Charlotte, and we are far from having it all figured out. However, through many conversations with more experienced parents, we’ve found that no one has it figured out. Every […]

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The Importance of Updating Your Beneficiaries

By Dana Hage | September 25, 2021

A few weeks ago, my fiancé got an email from the custodian that holds his 401(k) reminding him to check his beneficiaries. While he was surprised to receive the reminder, he was also grateful, as he realized he had never named anyone as the beneficiary of his account. The importance of having a beneficiary is […]

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Leading During Challenging Times

By Robert W. Tull | September 15, 2021

So, what do the pandemic of 2020 and 9/11 have in common? Both were periods of time that I served as Chairman of Chesapeake Hospital Authority and President of The Rotary Club of Chesapeake, respectively. The video of two passenger planes flying into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center resulted in enormous fear […]

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Retirement Without a 401(k)

By Phil Tull | September 9, 2021

When we hear the word “retirement” we almost synonymously think 401(k). But what if you don’t have a 401(k)? Can you still invest and plan for retirement?? While a 401(k) is largely the most popular and most well known of retirement plans, it is not by any means the “end all be all” of retirement […]

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Honoring International Widows Day

By Amy Pucci | June 22, 2021

You may not be aware that June 23rd is a day that is dedicated to honoring and spreading awareness for the widows among us. We here at Tull Financial Group find it very important to empower widows by educating and guiding them along their financial flight path. There are many ways for widows to receive […]

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