Financial Advisor

Resides In

Hilton Head, SC


New York University, Pace University


Debt, Financial Planning, General Business, Life Insurance, Investing, Loans, Mortgages, Personal Finance, Retirement, Trading


  • Tom is a member of Investopedia's Financial Review Board
  • Certified Financial Planner and Registered Investment Adviser
  • Tom has completed the requirements for the FINRA Series 7, 63, and 65
  • More than 30 years of professional experience as a corporate executive and financial advisor


In a professional career that has spanned over 30 years, Tom has held a variety of executive leadership positions in sales, business development, marketing, and strategic planning in the Fortune 25 arena. Those varied assignments enabled him to acquire a skill set in financial analysis. After his tenure in corporate America, Tom obtained a trio of FINRA certifications and started his own wealth advisory company.

As a wealth advisor, Tom specializes in equity and derivative investing, retirement planning, estate planning, tax planning, insurance planning, educational funding, and personal financial management. He provides one-on-one coaching and collaboration to assist clients in assessing their financial situation, their goals and laying out a comprehensive plan to achieve them. Tom provides portfolio management and ongoing guidance on what strategies, products, and savings vehicles are most appropriate based on individual client needs, including 401(k)s, 403(b)s, traditional IRAs, Roth IRAs, and College 529s.


Thomas holds an MBA from PACE University in New York and completed his education in financial planning at NYU. He has successfully met the training and exam requirements for the FINRA Series 7, 63, and 65.

Quote from Thomas J. Catalano

"Any financial planner worth his or her salt will use their ears twice as much as their mouths when providing advice. If someone says, 'You should put your money here,' or 'Put your money there,' before they know your current financial profile and what your goals are, you should head for the proverbial hills."