PG&E Retirement Planning Specialist

Helping PG&E Employees plan for their unique set of Retirement challenges.

Helping PG&E Employees plan for their unique set of Retirement challenges.

If you've worked at PG&E Diablo Canyon Nuclear Power Plant, they you may already have seen our Retirement Planning presentation by Founder Bryan Foronjy, CFP® at the Energy Education Center.

After the announcement of the plant closure, it has become even more urgent to map out a plan for the next chapter in your life beyond PG&E. 

Having worked through the complexities of PG&E pensions, benefits and plan options numerous times, we are uniquely qualified to help you create a strategy to retire with confidence.

We pay attention to the details

We pay attention to the details

An example of a PG&E specific challenge is the fact that the PG&E legacy pension only pays a flat monthly payment for life without a cost of living increase. 

So consider that even if inflation is 3% going forward, the payment amount you receive starting at retirement will feel like half of that amount in only 24 years (in terms of purchasing power). 

We've discovered that many retirees have never considered the impact of a flat pension payment on your purchasing power in retirement.  Through careful analysis we would love to help you account for this specific challenge as well.

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Bryan Foronjy, CFP®


Principal Wealth Manager


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Bryan founded Foronjy Financial with the premise that clients truly appreciate a personal relationship with a seasoned practitioner who is likely to stick with them for the long term.


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Casey Marks

Wealth Management Advisor


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Casey spent over a decade with Fidelity Investments in the Private Client Group before joining Foronjy Financial in May of 2018.

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*PG&E/Diablo Canyon is not affiliated with Foronjy Financial or LPL Financial.

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