South Salem Financial Planner Vern Hayden Joins Rightirely


Vern Hayden, South Salem author and financial planning legend, joined Rightirely Wealth Partners; Become a columnist for International business time

Vern Hayden, CFP™, author of South Salem and financial planning legend, has joined Rightirement Wealth Partners, a fiduciary financial planning firm, as a financial planner. He also became a columnist for International Business Times, one of the largest online news sources in the world, receiving forty million unique visitors each month.

“I am incredibly fortunate to have joined forces with the ‘right team’ of Rightirement Wealth Partners, Byrke Sestok, CFP™ and Bill Brancaccio, CFP™. Their financial planning tools, insight and experience along with my years of financial planning knowledge is a winning combination for our clients, some of whom have been with me for decades,” said Mr. Hayden.

“I was looking for a medium to share my financial knowledge and insights gained over my 50+ years in the financial planning field and IBT was the perfect fit,” he commented on his new writing assignment. .

Mr. Hayden has been a Certified Financial Planner (CFP) since 1978. He founded the Hudson Valley Chapter of the Financial Planning Association in 1987 and has served on the FPA’s National Board of Directors. In 1994 and 1995, he served as president of the College for Financial Planning, which created the CFP designation. He is also one of the founders of the National Endowment for Financial Education, which provides financial knowledge and resources to the general public.

In 2021, Connecticut FPA established the annual Vern Hayden Lifetime Achievement Award.

Vern Hayden was a staple of financial television for years with weekly appearances on CNBC, Bloomberg and others. “I was getting calls from people who are scared of their finances. A lot of people don’t know what to do when the markets crash and there’s volatility like what we’re looking for right now. The current high inflation, as well as the “Global instability makes a lot of people nervous. The main goal is to look long-term, not react to day-to-day events, and keep things in the right context.

His first book, “Money, Use It or Lose It – The Common Sense Process of Financial Planning” was published in 1980 and his second book, “Getting an Investing Game Plan: Creating It, Working it, Winning it”, published by John Wiley in 2003.

A recent piece from the IBT, How do I know you won’t steal my money? is a provocative look at what investors should look for when selecting a financial planner and is the working title of his new book he is writing: know-you-wont-steal-my-money-3375710

Other recent columns:

Is the trend your friend?

Can I Crash Proof my Wallet?

Discipline is the most important part of saving for retirement

the International Business Times (IBTimes or IBT) is an American online news organization that publishes five national editions in four languages. It offers news, opinion and editorial commentary on business and commerce and is one of the largest sources of online information in the world, receiving forty million unique visitors each month.

Rightirement Wealth Partners provides financial advice to business leaders who prefer to spend time at work and with family rather than weighing the small details involved in wealth planning. He plans on behalf of their families and provides time-saving resources so they can spend more time enjoying life. Its main purpose is to continuously predict the questions a family will have, to be ready with the information needed to act, to gain the client’s trust through repetition, and to be ready to verify that trust on demand. Dedicated fiduciary retirement planners.

Rightially Wealth Partners, 440 Mamaroneck Ave., Suite 403 Harrison NY 10528 914-220-6196


Vern Hayden, 191 Post Road West, Westport, CT 06880

Phone: 203-247-3726


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Contact: Bill Bongiorno, president, Blue Chip Public Relations, Inc.; 914-882-5594


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