Find a Financial Advisor in Hamilton

Find Financial Freedom.

Our financial advisors in Hamilton, Texas, are proud to serve Hamilton County and the surrounding area. Led by Melanie Housden, our approach is to first learn what is important to you, then devise a plan that will help you work towards financial freedom – through all aspects of your life – and allow your legacy to continue on for your family.

Our financial advisors specialize in financial planning, retirement planning, estate planning, wealth transfer, insurance planning, college planning and savings, and beyond. So if you’re ready to make the complex simple and work toward achieving a Wealth Designed, Life Defined attitude, contact us today!

WE ARE HERE FOR YOU AND TO HELP MAKE YOUR FINANCIAL CONCERNS WORRY FREE!

Financial Planning

Retirement Planning

Estate Planning

Our Advisors

Melanie J. Housden

AAMS®
Wealth Advisor

Resources

8 Blunders to Avoid in Retirement

For many retirees, this momentous event creates apprehension and fear. But, it doesn’t have to be that way. With the proper planning strategy, you can move toward your future with certainty and excitement.
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8 Legitimate Tax Loopholes You May Be Missing

As you reflect on the past year in preparation to meet with your accountant, consider these loopholes that may help you dodge the taxman. Get our step-by-step guide.
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4 Mistakes People Make With Their First Million

Identify the next set of challenges you may face and avoid these common mistakes. Get our step-by-step guide to focus on turning your first million into two.
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Primary Service Areas:
We are here for you if you’re looking for a financial advisor in Hamilton, Waco, Energy, Gustine, Hico, Iredell, Meridian, Clifton, Cranfills Gap, Jonesboro, Valley Mills, Crawford, Gatesville, Purmela, Evant, Star, Jonesboro, or all of Texas; and we serve clients in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Michigan, Mizzouri, New Mexico, Mississippi, and Oregon, as well.