Retirement Planning Help for Your Best Future

You work hard to build a strong financial future for yourself and your family, so we understand if the current market turmoil might have you rattled. Rest assured, we’re here to help you navigate these challenges.

The road to retirement is about so much more than the actual years you’ll spend in retirement. It’s about the financial decisions we make all along the way.

I’m Todd Hutson, CRPC©, and I am your dedicated Transamerica retirement planning consultant for the Southern Methodist University Retirement Program. I provide financial guidance and retirement education — no matter where you are in your career.

Some financial decisions are small — like deciding whether to buy a new phone or go on vacation. Others are bigger — like buying a house, saving for college expenses, or how to care for an elderly parent. Whatever decisions are on your radar, I can provide you with resources to help you make better informed decisions today, while keeping an eye on tomorrow.

I can help you:

  • Enroll in your Southern Methodist University 403(b) Retirement
  • Learn more about saving and investing in your plan
  • Determine how much you should be contributing to your retirement savings account, and how to maximize the SMU matching contribution
  • Review and understand the investment options and services offered through Transamerica
  • Use the tools and resources available to you through Transamerica

You can schedule an appointment with me by calling 214-768-7504, by emailing me at, or by clicking the link below:

Schedule an appointment today!

The role of the retirement planning consultant is to assist you with your retirement plan. There are no additional charges for meeting with your retirement planning consultant, who is a registered representative with Transamerica Investors Securities Corporation (TISC), member FINRA, 440 Mamaroneck Avenue, Harrison, NY 10528. All Transamerica companies identified are affiliated, but are not affiliated with your employer.


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