Estate Planning Done Right

No matter how much you own, you owe it to yourself and your family to have a well-designed plan for the distribution of your assets. With good estate planning, you can minimize the costs and expenses, including taxes, which often occur with the distribution of an estate. [Learn More]

Underappreciated Options for Building Retirement Savings

More people ought to know about them. There are a number of well-known retirement savings vehicles, used by … [Read More]

A Look at HSAs

A Health Savings Account may provide you with remarkable tax advantages.  Why do some households inquire … [Read More]

Retirement Questions That Have Nothing to Do With Money

Think about these matters before you leave work for the last time.   Retirement planning is not entirely … [Read More]

The Art of Managing Retirement Assumptions

A retirement plan is built on a set of assumptions that can’t be validated until it’s too late. One key to … [Read More]

The Details You Can Miss About Medicare

Before you enroll, take note of what the insurance does not cover and the changes ahead. Misconceptions … [Read More]

HFG Wealth Management Named Top Houston-Area Wealth Management Firms & Practices

HFG Wealth Management, LLC has been named as a Top Houston-Area Wealth Management Firm & Practices as selected by Houston Business Journal. [Learn More]

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Financial Planning with Health Insurance in Mind

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