MarketWatch 01/30/2021 - I lived ‘adventurously’ but now my debts equal half my savings and we live ‘hand to mouth’ — how can I save for retirement? - Gage Paul, CFP®, RICP®, EA contributed to a MarketWatch article where he discussed the most impactful things you can do if you don’t have enough saved for retirement.

Daily Journal Online 01/07/2021 - "What Is Volatility—And How Should You Manage It?" - Gage Paul, CFP®, RICP®, EA contributed to a Daily Journal Online article where he discussed how to handle market volatility when investing. 

Kiplinger 12/26/2020 - "Get Your Retirement Back on Course" - Gage Paul, CFP®, RICP®, EA contributed to an article in Kiplinger's Personal Finance that discusses how to get your retirement back on course after a year like 2020. You can read the full article in the February 2021 issue of Kiplinger's or follow the link to view it online.

MarketWatch 12/24/2020: "I’m 65, have $500,000 in cash, no ‘impressive’ work résumé, and am terrified of investing — can I retire?"  In a recent article for Marketwatch, James C. Sexton III, CFP®, CFS answered a reader's question regarding retirement investing.  

Nasdaq 12/23/2020 - "How To Invest In A Startup" - Gage Paul, CFP®, RICP®, EA was recently featured in a Nasdaq article, providing advice on how to invest in startups. Follow the link to read the article.

The Street 12/11/2020 - "Year-end Financial and Retirement Planning Tips": Gage Paul, CFP®, RICP®, EA contributed to an article on TheStreet that discusses year-end financial and retirement planning tips.

Investor's Business Daily 11/20/2020 - "Eager To Excel, Advisors Read Their Way To Acquire Fresh Insights": Gage Paul, CFP®, RICP®, EA was featured in an Investor's Business Daily article, where he spoke on one of his favorite books about investing.

MarketWatch 11/08/2020 - "Financial advisers know how to respond to people's money worries, but what about health fears?" : Gage Paul, CFP®, RICP®, EA was featured in MarketWatch's article, where he discussed how to help clients prepare for worst-case scenarios.