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Per Stirling Volunteers! – Central Texas Food Bank

Central Texas is among the fastest growing regions in the nation. But for many of our neighbors, that growth comes at a high cost. As the population in Texas continues to climb, so does the cost of housing, utilities, transportation and healthcare, leaving many of our neighbors to make impossible choices and painful sacrifices. That’s […]





Per Stirling Volunteers! – Breast Cancer Awareness

In the United States half of all women and a third of all men will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. The odds are that we will all be affected in some way whether it’s a personal diagnosis or a friend or family member developing cancer. Exciting and innovative advances in research, prevention and […]



Per Stirling Continues to Grow

The first half of 2019 has been an exciting and gratifying time for the entire Per Stirling Family. The company has continued to add to what was already one of the most experienced and credentialed teams in the wealth management industry. Per Stirling has received notable recognition on both a national and local level, including […]



Per Stirling Capital Outlook – September 2019

The major global economies and markets remain mired in a “Catch 22” macroeconomic environment.  The term “Catch 22” first became a part of the American lexicon in 1961 thanks to the Joseph Heller novel of the same name, in which a disillusioned American bombardier fighting in World War II desperately seeks to avoid flying future […]



2019 Per Stirling North Austin Shred Event

Per Stirling North Austin spent this past Friday the 13th shredding financial documents and and eating shredded barbecue sandwiches. A grand turnout of 27 clients joined our advisors and staff for Rudy’s BBQ, Tiff’s Treats cookies, and custom Per Stirling artisanal chocolates from Chocolaterie Tessa. Clients brought Per Stirling bags full of financial documents to […]



Per Stirling Volunteers! – Back to School

Per Stirling kicked off the start of the new school year by donating funds and school supplies to students and classrooms. Supplies were contributed to the TruWest Back-to-School Supply Drive, while advisors and staff also gave to local classrooms and neighborhood drives. TruWest Credit Union’s drive benefits children attending Baty Elementary in the Del Valle […]





Helping Aging Parents

As your parents age, they will probably need more help from you. It’s important to consider your ability to provide the help they need, especially if they’re experiencing financial trouble. Are your parents dealing with debt? Are your parents current on their mortgage payments? Do they have large, unexpected medical bills? According to the Employee […]



Per Stirling Volunteers! – BookSpring!

Literacy – the ability to read and write – is the foundation for a child’s success in the world.  A child’s early years are critical in developing lifelong learning potential that set them up for not only their education, but everything else in life.  According to Save the Children, more than 60% of low-income families […]