Houston Matters

I’m Retiring — So Now What?

Posted on · Adjusting to retirement can be a challenge. From budgeting finances to staying active in the community, there are several hurdles — many of which are unexpected. We talk about the financial and social aspects of adjusting to retirement with Bryan Zschiesche, partner and financial advisor at Financial Synergies, and behavioral psychologist Dr. Michael Winters, who gave a talk on […]

Houston Matters

Outgoing HPD Chief Charles McClelland Reflects on Accomplishments & Regrets

Posted on · Charles McClelland has been a member of the Houston Police Department since 1977. He worked his way up through the ranks, and became the Chief of Police in 2010. Now, after more than 38 years on the force– and more than five years at the helm — Chief McClelland is retiring, effective in ten days […]

Houston Matters

Is Houston a Good Place to Retire?

Posted on · A real estate website named Movoto recently compiled a top ten list of Houston suburbs to retire in. Top of the list is Richmond because of things like the amount of doctors, the cost of living, the median home value and the amount of crime per 100,000 people. Some of the other areas included Webster, […]