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]

What Expenses Could Change When You Retire?

Some costs could rise, fall or even disappear. Retirement may seem near at hand or far away, but one thing … [Read More]

Are Your Beneficiary Designations Up to Date?

Who should inherit your IRA or 401(k)? See that they do Here’s a simple financial question: who is the … [Read More]

Is Your Financial Paperwork In Order For Retirement?

Where is everything? Time to organize and centralize your documents. Before retirement begins, gather what … [Read More]

Do Women Face Greater Retirement Challenges?

If so, how can they plan to meet those challenges? Why are women so challenged to retire comfortably? You … [Read More]

2018 Retirement Account Limits

How much can you contribute this year? In 2018, you have another chance to max out your retirement … [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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Paying for College Can Be a Family Affair

College planning isn’t for parents only. It’s an investment that should involve the whole family and offer … [Read More]

 

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