Britton Gregory, CFP® Seaborn Financial, LLC

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About Britton Gregory, CFP®

I’m a fee-only, fiduciary financial planner and investment manager in Austin, TX, and I specialize in working with tech professionals. I founded this firm in 2012 and was helping people with their finances for years before that.

I was an engineer for nearly twenty years, so I greatly prefer research- and analysis-based approach to finance, rather than flashy salesmanship. More tax-efficient investing and research-proven factors of increased returns, and less market timing and hedge funds.

Also, I stand out at financial advisor conferences, because I never wear a suit. Why? The better question is: why is a suit the official uniform of financial advisors? The answer is because our industry originated in sales; fee-only financial advisors such as myself are a relatively new invention, and still uncommon in the industry. Simply put, I don’t wear a suit because I’m not a salesman.

One of my favorite questions (generally asked only after a beer or two) is: if I’m so good at finance, why aren’t I retired and living the good life? The answer is: I am! Building something from the ground up, working hard on something I’m that helps people and that I’m passionate about — that’s my kind of retirement, and it wouldn’t have been possible without the financial skills I’ve built and been taught over the years.

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What do I do about my investments and Coronavirus?

March 5, 2020

Virus SARS-CoV-2 and its resultant disease COVID-19 have gotten the markets shaken. And rightfully so: while the current global death toll is relatively low compared to, say, the 34,000 US flu deaths from the 2018-2019 season, the quarantine response has dramatically affected global productivity. Productivity affects corporate profits, which affect securities prices, which affect your portfolio. So: what do you do? Answer (and you'll get tired of me saying this): nothing you shouldn't have been

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When to suck it up and pay capital gains

February 9, 2020

By now, hopefully you know that the top priorities for investing are (a) invest early, (b) invest often, and (c) build an asset allocation that matches your risk tolerance and risk capacity. (I've linked to that article an order of magnitude more than any other, so you better!)And that's relatively easy to do when all your assets are in a 401k. You just log in, build the portfolio, assign percentages, and click "go", and the 401k administrator handles everything, generally with no transaction

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The SECURE Act: Don't Blow It Off!

January 7, 2020

Because it occurred in the middle of the holiday bustle, you may have missed Congress passing the SECURE Act Of 2019. And while "Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement" may seem a bit grandiose for what the law actually does, don't assume it doesn't apply to you. There are a few seemingly-secondary aspects to the new law that could warrant amending your 2018 tax return -- and putting some money back in your pocket! While your CPA should know best how the SECURE Act affects you in

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Ideal Clients

  • Engineering Professionals
  • Gen X
  • Technology Professionals

Ways Advisor Charges

  • Monthly Fee
  • Flat Fee
  • Assets Under Management

Fee Options

  • Flat Fee: $3,200
  • Monthly Fee: $185/mo
  • AUM: .60%


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States Registered

  • Texas