Hello, my name is Morgan Polson and I’m here to help you approach retirement planning with confidence. Whether retirement is around the corner or decades away, there’s a lot you can do to prepare ahead and I’ll be happy to walk you through everything you have to know.
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Areas of Focus
Retirement and investment planning
Pension and Social Security benefits
Calculating retirement income gap
Understanding rollover options
900 S Capital of Texas Hwy, Ste 350, Austin, TX 78746
Phone: 512-600-5210 | Fax: 888-989-9247
Morgan Polson is an Account Manager/Retirement Plan Specialist overseeing the West Texas Region at TCG, a HUB International company; she provides financial planning guidance to educators and government employees. Morgan is responsible for assisting employees with open enrollment, educating employees through benefit fairs and retirement seminars, and developing relationships with new districts while maintaining established relationships with existing clients. Morgan’s goal at TCG is to ensure that every participant understands how their retirement plan options work together so that they can make well informed decisions that will set them up for future success.
Morgan graduated from Texas Tech University and is also a proud Collin College graduate. Before joining TCG, Morgan worked as a life insurance agent, a financial advisor in the private sector (where she waa Series 7/63 licensed), and as an Advisor Solutions Specialist (AE) with Trust & Will, focusing on making estate planning affordable and accessible for all.
Morgan currently lives in Lubbock, Texas with her husband, Greg, and their 7 year old Great Pyrenees, Ellie Grace. Morgan is passionate about her faith, family, friends, Red Raider athletics, Texas country music, financial literacy, disability inclusion advocacy, fostering/adopting (both kids and pets), and making an impact wherever she can.
Morgan’s two favorite financial wellness quotes come from Warren Buffett, who said, “Someone’s sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago…” as well as “The stock market is a device for transferring money from the impatient to the patient.”