Press

Ever since its founding in 1986, Briaud Financial Advisors has focused on educating families to help them make informed investment and retirement choices. Because of this philosophy, journalists and podcasters often seek comments from Briaud’s teams, including The New York Times, CNBC and Kiplingers.

Here’s what happens with Social Security payments when someone dies

Lead Advisor Peggy Sherman discusses Social Security benefits in this CNBC article.

CD Rates are Low. Here’s How to Make the Most Out of Them

Managing Partner Natalie Pine shares thoughts on investing in CDs in this Bankrate article.

Teaching Kids Good Money Habits

Managing Partner Natalie Pine shares insights into teaching children the right “money message”

The difference between a Roth 401(k) and a traditional 401(k), and how to decide which retirement plan is right for you

Managing Partner Natalie Pine speaks about when a Roth IRA makes sense

This Bond Market Indicator Suggests Inflation Could Be Coming. Here’s How to Protect Your Investments

Matthew McKay, an Investment Analyst at Briaud, talks about how to guard against inflation

It’s not too late to start saving for retirement

Founder and Chief Investment Officer Janet Briaud talks about how spending impacts retirement

Roth Conversions A-Go-Go In 2020

Financial Planner John Bohnsack talks about why 2020 is a good year for Roth conversions

Should I still use the 60/40 investing rule for retirement?

Investment Analyst Matthew McKay shares insights in this MarketWatch article.

Briaud Financial Advisors named one of Investor.com’s Top Financial Advisor Firms in Texas

see our rating and learn more about Investor.com’s Trust Algorithm here.

Is It Possible to Put a Pre-CARES Act 2020 RMD Back into a Retirement Account?

Managing Partner Natalie Pine is featured in TheStreet.com’s Ask Bob column.

Should Parents Pay for Their Children’s College Education?

Managing Partner Natalie Pine offers an alternative to paying for a child’s tuition in this DollarSprout.com article.

How to Get Your Portfolio Off to a Good Start in 2020

Founder Janet Briaud shares some ideas in this US News & World Report piece.

Where Experts Think You Should Invest Your Money in 2020

Founder Janet Briaud is featured in this piece that appears in Yahoo!Finance.

This account might cause snags when you claim Social Security

Lead Advisor Peggy Sherman talks about HSAs in this CNBC piece.

How to Downsize Your Required Minimum Distributions

ohn Bohnsack talks about a strategy his father used to minimize the tax liability of his RMD in this Kiplinger article.

How to Invest: A Guide for Novice Investors

Managing Partner Natalie Pine is featured in LendingTree’s Magnify Money blog.

How gold could replace bonds as a portfolio diversifier

Founder Janet Briaud speaks to Investment News.

Live Well Without Running Out of Money in Retirement.

Our John Bohnsack is quoted in this Kipglinger Personal Finance piece posted by Yahoo! Finance.

Girl Scouts recognize community members’ service

and Briaud’s Natalie Pine is tapped as a 2019 Women of Distinction Rising Star in this piece from The Eagle

Here’s when unpaid debt can reduce your Social Security payments

Lead Advisor Peggy Sherman discusses how creditors might be able to tap into your Social Security benefits in this CNBC story

Advisers say go for the gold as the perfect hedge for trade-war fears

Founder and Chief Investment Officer Janet Briaud weighs in on the issue in this piece from Investment News

Advisers scramble to help retirees navigate looming Fed rate cut

Managing Partner Natalie Pine shares some insights in Investment News

Do the math before you pick the expensive school zone

John Bohnsack is featured in this Reuters story (an edited version appears on Nasdaq).

Here’s what part-time work means for retirees’ portfolios, Social Security and Medicare

CNBC

NAPFA Names 2019 Award Recipients

Financial Advisor

College Station financial adviser John Bohnsack honored

The Eagle

Debt, Bankruptcy and Student Loans

Listen to Natalie Pine speak about “Debt, Bankruptcy and Student Loans” (she starts around the 30-minute mark)

Financial advisors are more stressed out than their clients, study finds,

CNBC

Near retirement and have a health savings account? Beware of snags when claiming Social Security

CNBC

With planning down pat, (Registered Investment Advisors) learn their Ps and Qs,

Financial Planning

Shale oil boom sends investors back to risky MLPs for high income in time of low yields

CNBC

Interviews are always welcome

Briaud Financial Advisors has been featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, CNBC, The Eagle and more.

For interview requests, general information and company logos, please contact us at marketing@briaud.com.