Why Choose A Fee-Only Financial Planner?

Your Trust is Important to Us.

We believe there is a conflict of interest when advisors gain financially through commissions for products they recommend. When a financial advisor earns commissions for recommending financial products, it is only natural for them to want to recommend more of the products that make them the most money, whether or not there are better options for a client.

What Is The Difference Between A Fee-Only And A Fee-Based Financial Planner?

A fee-based financial planner may receive part of his or her compensation as a commission or kickback for recommending certain financial products and another part as a percentage of assets under management.

However, fee-only advisors are no-commission advisors and cannot receive compensation from a brokerage firm, a mutual fund or insurance company, or from any other source other than you, the client. Since fee-only financial planners’ sole compensation comes directly from clients, their only loyalty is to clients and making sure the advice provided is the best for each client’s unique financial situation.

While fee-only financial planners have a fiduciary duty to recommend the ideal financial product for a client, fee-based and commission-based advisors need only recommend a “suitable” investment. We take this fiduciary duty very seriously.

Let Our Fee-Only Financial Planners Help You Reach Your Goals

We provide fee-only financial advice to young professional, retiree, and business owner clients throughout Texas, including the metro areas of Austin, Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, and Fort Worth, among others. However, if you live outside of Texas, we are also happy to serve you.

Contact us today for a complimentary financial consultation.

Learn about our wealth management services.

Paragon Financial Advisors
Fee-Only Financial Planners
215 Rock Prairie Road
College Station, Texas 77845
(979) 693-3907