Michael Hardy, CFP

Michael Hardy, CFP

Vice President

Phone: (716) 691-7121 Ext. 14
Fax: (716) 691-7718

Michael J Hardy, CFP


Michael J Hardy CFP joined MOLLOT & HARDY, INC. formerly Alan R. Mollot Associates, Ltd. in the year 2001. In 2008 he became an officer and partner of MOLLOT & HARDY, INC.

Michael practices a holistic approach to financial planning.  His planning revolves around helping people with their relationship with money thus allowing for a stronger financial foundation to help build long term wealth, stability & strength within families. Michael's focus is working with small business owners & families in the financial planning arena.  

Michael has received the Certified financial planner designation from the CFP Board of standards.  He has lectured for Canisus College, The State University of New York at Buffalo and Niagara University.  Michael is an Adjunt Professor of Economics at Medaille College.

In 2009 Michael was awarded the Business First 40 Under Forty award, recognizing the most influential & successful people in Western New York under 40 years old. He was awarded the 2013 Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Rising Star Award.

He is a contributing writer and published articles on current financial subjects for fabandfru.com, The Buffalo News, Yahoo FInance, Forbes Business, mainstreet.com and many other financial publications.

Michael is a Canisius College & Canisius High School Alumni. Michael is a West Side Neighborhood Accountability Board Member (NAAB). He serves on the Board for Compeer and has also been a volunteer for many years. He also serves on the Corporate Appeal Board for Catholic Charities. He is a West Side of Buffalo resident and very active in his community. He operates and uses a Gallery/Studio space for Artists to work in Downtown Buffalo. Michael is an Abstract painter and devoted patron to the Buffalo Art scene. He lives in Amherst, NY with his wife Maria and daughter Juliette Sunday.



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