Westech 360, Building 2, 8911 North,
Capital of TX Highway, Suite 2100,
A forum, at its core, is a meeting of the minds. It’s an assembly or marketplace where everything and everyone comes together. It’s the center of business and financial life. Imagine thousands of the top financial resources all coming together to a central location in a coordinated effort to work on your behalf. What if this assembly, or think tank, was a united front charged with affecting change for you and all that you care about? That is the sole purpose of Forum Financial Group and we are unwavering in our resolve. Build it right. Build it to endure.
We approach every client with a blank slate. We have no preconceived notions of what you need because of what you look like or how much money you have. We understand that everyone is different — and will need a different set of strategies for reaching their financial goals with confidence.
Let’s be honest. There are lots of insurance products out there. Chances are, most of them aren’t right for you. When you sit down with us, we’ll make sure you understand how different types of insurance policies work, how much they cost and why they may or may not be appropriate for you.
If investing were easy, anyone would be able to make a killing on the stock market. But it’s not. Doing it right takes plenty of hard work and discipline, not to mention, a thorough understanding of investing principles and financial markets. This is precisely what we bring to bear when we help you engineer a sound investment strategy.
Only 17% of workers say they’re very confident about saving enough for a comfortable retirement.* Our job is to make sure you’re one of them. We’ll help you understand how much you should be saving, how you should be investing and what you might expect to have when you’re ready to stop working. In order to achieve a successful retirement, it should be abundantly clear what the threats are and how to overcome them. This is where it begins and where we go to work.
*Source: Employee Benefit Research Institute’s annual Retirement Confidence Survey, April 2018.