Improving lives through sound financial planning.

Not Our First Rodeo

By Robert W. Tull | March 23, 2020

Monday, I was returning from an extended trip with my family. We had been out west, which we love to do near winter’s final gasp, getting some hiking and skiing in before the Virginia spring begins. It seems there have been numerous trips like this where news comes out while we’re away, which results in […]

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Life Transitions: Financial Planning for Widows

By Amy Pucci | February 26, 2020

Losing a spouse and the person you’ve built a life with is hard enough, but with death comes lots of decisions, paperwork, and responsibility. If you’ve recently lost your husband, we want to give you our deepest condolences. We also want to help you through this difficult time by making those onerous financial decisions easier […]

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Financial and Retirement Planning in Hampton Roads

By Robert W. Tull | December 6, 2019

Having recently returned from a Financial Planners Association Conference in Minneapolis, where the temperature was already hitting the freezing mark, I quickly remembered why I like living in Hampton Roads. I love the changing seasons where we can experience some snow in the winter with just a three-hour drive to ski resorts or the heat […]

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Market Volatility & Long Term Investing

By Robert W. Tull | October 13, 2018

I once had the opportunity of attending a financial conference where legendary value investor, Jean-Marie Eveillard, was in attendance. During a dinner, I had the chance to visit with Jean-Marie and shared with him that we invested some of our clients’ money in his funds. No sooner had I begun to explain that many of […]

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