Retirement Planning

TFA Radio Show – Nest Egg Longevity

Will your retirement nest egg last as long as you need it to? That question keeps pre-retirees and retirees awake at night. This show is designed to help them put the question to rest by offering a range of suggestions for how to extend the life of one’s retirement assets so they’re positioned to last…

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TFA Radio Show – Know Where Your Money Goes

When it comes to retirement spending habits and peoples’ expectations for the expenses they’ll incur in retirement, and the amount they need to save now to cover those expenses later, the picture is often pretty cloudy. This show seeks to provide clarity by examining retirement spending habits and expenses, revealing the specific expense categories and…

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Working Longer

Ah, the life questions we face. Young adults contemplate which college to attend and how that might affect their future. Women – and increasingly often, men – ponder whether to stay home and raise children, work or both. People contemplate job changes and relocations. And then, of course, a big question: When should I retire?…

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Texas Financial Advisory is coming to TV!

Have you missed out on hearing the Texas Financial Advisory show on the radio? No worries! We are weeks away from making our television show debut. The Texas Financial Advisory radio show is being adapted into a television program. We will debut in January on ABC KSAT 12 (TIME TBA).   While you wait, check…

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Texas Financial Advisory Is Recognized!

Texas Financial Advisory and Brooklynn Chandler Willy are blessed to receive this fantastic award from Texas Monthly for three straight years. The top wealth managers in Texas are recognized for excellent customer service and overall satisfactions. We thank our fantastic clients for allowing us to receive this fantastic award! Texas Financial Advisory has been working…

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Retirement: The New Status Symbol

A lack of savings among many U.S. households could mean a change in the perception of retirement. It used to be a foregone conclusion that once you were too old to work, you retired. That’s not always the case anymore. More than a third of U.S. households in prime earning years or later have no…

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Take a Look at Life Insurance

Middle-aged adults have a plethora of middle-aged financial priorities. It’s hard to even call them priorities because each one is important; it’s just a matter of spreading the money you have across a variety of different needs. In fact, a typical mid-life checking account might include payouts for a mortgage, college tuition, a savings account,…

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Considerations for Retiring Couples

Retirement is another chapter in your life; one that requires not only planning but day-to-day maintenance once you get there. And if you have a partner in life, it’s important to remember that your retirement, like a tandem bike, is built for two. Planning for your own retirement is complicated enough, but doing so at…

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