San Angelo, TX Financial Advisors and Resources



Financial Advisor Firms in San Angelo, TX


DREHER INVESTMENT SERVICES, INC.

Website

(325) 486-8600

517 W. Twohig Avenue

San Angelo, TX 76903

SEC#: 801-110396
Years in Business: 4 years

SA STONE INVESTMENT ADVISORS INC.

Website

(325) 655-9060

16 E Beauregard

San Angelo, TX 76903

SEC#: 801-80747
Years in Business: 6 years

INTRUA FINANCIAL LLC

Website

(713) 355-9910

2402 College Hills
Building 2
San Angelo, TX 76904

SEC#: 801-106767
Years in Business: 6 years

STRATEGIC FINANCIAL CONCEPTS, LLC

Website

(512) 917-3689

36 West Beauregard
Suite 720
San Angelo, TX 76903

SEC#: 801-67243
Years in Business: 15 years

HILLTOP SECURITIES INDEPENDENT NETWORK INC.

Website

(325) 655-6244

502 S. Koenigheim
Suite 1B
San Angelo, TX 76903

SEC#: 801-60812
Years in Business: 19 years

HILLTOP SECURITIES INDEPENDENT NETWORK INC.

Website

(325) 655-6244

502 S. Koenigheim
Suite 1B
San Angelo, TX 76903

SEC#: 801-60812
Years in Business: 19 years

HILLTOP SECURITIES INDEPENDENT NETWORK INC.

Website

(325) 655-6244

502 S. Koenigheim
Suite 1B
San Angelo, TX 76903

SEC#: 801-60812
Years in Business: 19 years

HILLTOP SECURITIES INDEPENDENT NETWORK INC.

Website

(325) 655-6244

502 S. Koenigheim
Suite 1B
San Angelo, TX 76903

SEC#: 801-60812
Years in Business: 19 years

STRATEGIC FINANCIAL CONCEPTS, LLC

Website

(512) 917-3689

36 West Beauregard
Suite 720
San Angelo, TX 76903

SEC#: 801-67243
Years in Business: 15 years


How Retirement-Friendly is San Angelo, TX?

  • Population: 100,031
  • % of Population 62 Years and Over: 18.4%
  • Average Home Value: $152,600
  • Average Monthly Housing Cost: $872
  • Average Household Income: $72,273
  • Texas Total Tax Burden: 8.19% (20th Lowest in U.S.)
  • Texas Property Tax: 3.91% (9th Highest in U.S.)
  • Texas Individual Income Tax: 0.00% (Lowest in U.S.)
  • Texas Sales and Excise Tax: 4.28% (9th Highest in U.S.)


San Angelo, TX Financial Advisor FAQs

Many financial advisors are paid on a commission-only basis. One advantage of paying your financial advisor with commissions is that you can fully control their level of compensation based on the type of service they provide for you. If they do top notch work, charge them more; if not, less—the key here is to know what money it's worth spending.
Probably. A good financial advisor will have a more holistic approach to planning with consideration for things like life insurance or retirement planning – the types of big-picture items that we often relegate to lower priority thinking about because they seem like they’ll happen someday.
One of the best ways to choose a financial advisor is through word-of-mouth referrals. Ask your friends and family members if they know anyone who can help you invest wisely and if so, ask them for the name and number. The individual can then be contacted directly to determine their qualifications before an arrangement is made.
Financial advisors often work on either a fee for service or commission basis. The important thing is to find out which model they use so you can understand the implications of their advice and ensure that they're not just trying to generate business and sell you investments and annuities, but rather advising in your best interest.