Paul Hutton is the Co-Founder and Wealth Advisor at Hutton Wealth Management. Hutton Wealth Management specializes in Wealth Management and Financial Planning. As a Wealth Advisor with Woodbury Financial Services, Inc., Paul is designated as an Investment Advisor Representative (IAR), holding his Series 7, 63, 66, and his life and health insurance license.
Paul began his career in the industry in 1996 after graduating from Weatherford College and later attending the University of North Texas where he majored in Business and Finance. Paul is a lifelong student of learning. It is not uncommon for him to be reading three to four books at a time.
Paul spent the first 16 years of his career working with his father and mentor, Timothy J. Hutton. Together, they established Hutton Wealth Management as one of the Premiere Wealth Management firms in the Panhandle, and Weatherford, and Fort Worth, Texas areas.
Paul has received numerous customer and public service awards for helping individuals. Paul is an active member of the Weatherford Rotary International Club. He is also a member of the Borger, Weatherford, and East Parker County Chambers of Commerce. He serves on his family foundation board, The Hutton Foundation, whose mission is based on James 1:26-27.
When Paul isn’t at the office, he is usually working on a building project. He loves building, the outdoors, and doing physical activities. Some of Paul’s favorite pastimes are spending time with his family, and friends. Paul loves shooting, hiking, biking, skiing, working out, flying, riding his motorcycles, and reading. Paul believes in an active lifestyle that promotes a long and healthy life.
As the owner and Wealth Advisor of Hutton Wealth Management, Paul serves clients throughout the United States with two offices located in Borger and Weatherford, Texas. In most cases they manage money for their clients on a fee based, discretionary basis. Hutton Wealth Management provides investors with a logical strategy to help preserve and grow their hard-earned capital, allowing them to focus on their interests and enjoy the fruits of their labor.