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🏡 Hiring a financial advisor who lives nearby and understands the local economy, cost of living, and regional employers can be valuable, especially if your personal circumstances are deeply tied to such factors.

🤝 A local advisor can work with you to develop a personalized financial plan, build an investment portfolio to meet your long-term goals, and help you plan appropriately to enjoy a comfortable retirement.

📍 Click the link to a city or town above or below to learn more about financial advisors near you. Can’t find a financial advisor nearby? Learn if a virtual financial advisor or a specialist advisor may be right for you.

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Ron Zunker Pax Financial Group Fee Based Fiduciary Advisor
Serving Clients Nationwide
San Antonio, Texas
Mark V Powell Edward Jones Financial Advisor
Serving Clients Nationwide
Huntsville, Alabama
Laura Simpson, CFP® PAX Financial Group Fee Based Fiduciary Advisor
Serving Clients Nationwide
San Antonio, Texas
Guy Davis, CFA GCI Investors We invest, we don’t speculate.
Serving Clients Nationwide
Houston, Texas
Michael Jensen, CFP® Falcon Wealth Planning Planning Made Simple.
Serving Clients Nationwide
Irvine, California
Adell, Harriman & Carpenter, Inc. Your financial home for every season of life.
Houston, Texas
Charles F. Hall Jr. Clear Rock Advisors Managing Wealth for Generations
Serving Clients Nationwide
Austin, Texas
Ty Sanders Clear Rock Advisors Managing Wealth for Generations
Serving Clients Nationwide
Austin, Texas
Corey Long, CFP® Clear Rock Advisors Managing Wealth for Generations
Serving Clients Nationwide
Austin, Texas
Corey Noyes, AAMS Balanced Capital Align Your Portfolio With The Kind Of World You Want To Create
Heber City, Utah
David T. DeWitt, CFP®, CSRIC DeWitt Capital Management Financial Planning for the Next Generation
Wayne, Pennsylvania
David DeWitt DeWitt Capital Management Podcaster 🎙️, financial planner💸, and ADHDer. 🦋
Wayne, Pennsylvania
Bob Gavlak, CFP® WealthSource Sophisticated Expertise. Approachable Advice.
Columbus, Ohio
The Goff Financial Group Fee-Only | Fully Independent | Fiduciary
Serving Clients Nationwide
Houston, Texas
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The Benefits of Hiring a Local Financial Advisor

Hiring a financial advisor who lives nearby can be a great move to help you build a long-term investing strategy. Advisors can help you build an investment portfolio to meet your financial goals and help you plan appropriately for retirement.

By working with a local financial advisor, you’ll benefit from their knowledge of the regional economy, cost of living, and employers in the area and their benefits. This can be quite valuable, especially if your individual circumstances are deeply tied to such factors.

Do you work for one of the largest employers in your area? If so, there’s a good chance the financial advisor you hire will also have other clients who work there. This knowledge could prove valuable if they are already familiar with your employee benefits, such as a 401(k) plan, Health Savings Accounts, and other components of your total compensation package.

When you reach out to financial advisors you’re considering hiring, let them know where you work and ask if they are familiar with your employer’s unique benefits and compensation structure.

➡️ How Much Does a Financial Advisor Cost? Read the Article

Quick Tips For Hiring a Financial Advisor Near You

Before hiring a nearby financial advisor, here are a few quick tips to help you find the best advisor for you.

1. Decide Which Services You Need

Before hiring an advisor, determine what services you need from them. Whether it’s full-service investment management or a plan focused on a specific area of your finances, put together a list of what you’d like help with before contacting an advisor.

Though most people use a financial planner simply to invest for retirement, this is only a small part of what many advisors offer. Here’s a quick rundown of potential services a financial advisor may offer you:

  • Budgeting and money management
  • Debt management
  • Insurance planning
  • Retirement planning
  • Other investment planning
  • Inheritance planning
  • Estate planning
  • Tax planning

As you can see, financial advisors can help you with your entire financial picture, not just investing. As you plan for life’s bigger milestones, you should consider finding a financial advisor specializing in those areas.

Finding the right advisor can help you minimize risk, maximize gains and take advantage of tax breaks while investing for your future. They can also help you protect your assets with the right kinds of insurance and help you pass on your financial legacy with a proper estate plan.

2. Consider Your Budget and Payment Preferences

Once you have a list of services you would like, review the fee structures financial advisors offer. Finding a balance between the services you need and the cost of those services will help narrow down the field of advisors you may want to work with.

If you are looking for a full-service advisor to manage all of your investments, consider searching among fee-based financial advisors. If you want to manage your money yourself, consider the flat fee and monthly subscription advisors for ongoing support.

3. Interview Multiple Financial Advisors

Once you have chosen the services and fee structure you prefer, it’s time to contact a few advisors and interview them. Here are questions to ask financial advisors:

  • What services do you provide?
  • What are all the ways you get paid? (fee transparency)
  • What is your investment strategy?
  • How do you measure investment performance?
  • How do we communicate about my plan?

Interview multiple advisors to get a feel for who you want to work with. A combination of fees, services, and customer service will help you determine the best fit for your financial advice.

4. Review Financial Advisor Credentials

Once you find an advisor (or two) you feel comfortable with, it’s always a good practice to check their credentials and the firm’s details. You can do this at the Investment Adviser Public Disclosure (IAPD) website

You can check both the individual and the firm to view their background and experience details, as well as any disciplinary action taken against them or their firm.

As licensed financial professionals, there is oversight into how financial advisors conduct business, so running a quick (free) check on them is recommended.

For additional information about advisor credentials, read our article to learn the most popular designations held by financial advisors, as well as specialized credentials which may be important to consider if you have unique financial planning needs.

Frequently Asked Questions & Additional Resources

How do I know if I’m ready to hire a financial advisor?

You should strongly consider hiring a financial advisor if you have a significant amount of money available for saving or investing. This could occur after years of making annual contributions to a retirement plan like a 401(k) through your employer or suddenly if you receive a large inheritance or sell your house for a large profit.

But even if you don’t have a lot of money saved, many financial advisors and planners provide reasonable pricing options and valuable services you should consider, especially if you’re facing a significant life event. For example, if you’re starting a new job, getting married, starting a family, getting divorced, lost your job, starting or selling a business, or approaching retirement age, working with a trusted financial advisor or planner may prove worthwhile.

Before I hire a new financial advisor, should I fire my current advisor?

You don’t need to fire your current advisor before beginning your search for a new financial advisor. In fact, your new advisor can help coordinate the transition of your assets from your previous financial advisor.

Where can I read reviews about financial advisors written by their clients to help me decide if I should hire them?

After 60 years of regulatory prohibition of financial advisor reviews in the US, a rule issued by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) became effective on May 4, 2021 that means both financial advisors and directory websites that help consumers search for a financial advisor can collect and display financial advisor reviews, an important factor worth considering when choosing who you’ll hire to manage your investments and life savings. 

Wealthtender is the first independent advisor review platform designed to be fully compliant with the new SEC rule, and we look forward to helping you evaluate financial advisors based on reviews written by their clients.

I’m a financial advisor interested in being featured on Wealthtender. How do I get started?

Thanks for your interest. We look forward to learning more about your practice and helping you attract your ideal clients where you may be a good fit based on their individual needs and circumstances. Please click here to learn how you can join financial advisors featured on Wealthtender.