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HSBC Securities (USA) Inc.1 can help open your portfolio to a world of unique insights and opportunities. We will work with you on an individual basis to develop a financial strategy based on your personal aspirations.
When it comes to investing, everyone has individual needs and goals. Whether you're planning to purchase a new house, start your own business or leave a legacy, HSBC Securities1 will help you work toward your goals.
Whether you're just starting to save or are nearing the time to turn your savings into retirement income, our licensed HSBC Securities financial professionals2 can help you develop a sound retirement strategy.
Education expenses for your children or grandchildren can be substantial. Fortunately, you can plan ahead through a range of tax-advantaged savings programs, including 529 College Savings Plans3.
You'll receive personal attention from an HSBC Securities financial professional2 who can help you build and manage a financial strategy that leverages unique global insights from across HSBC's vast resources.
A qualified financial professional can help you develop an appropriate investment strategy based on your current finances and investment objectives. Start with a complimentary financial review.
Find answers to common investment questions, definitions of frequently used terms, and other helpful information.
You have financial goals and plans for your family's future. Our calculator will help to show what your savings could be worth in the future and will suggest ways that may help you grow your wealth.
No matter how you plan to spend your retirement, find out if your savings and investments will give you enough income to enjoy life when you retire.
Use our calculator to help you determine how much money you'll need to support your new retirement lifestyle.
If you or your partner were unable to work, how would your family's lifestyle be affected? This tool will help you plan how you can continue supporting your family.
How much life insurance do you need? Use our insurance calculator to help you determine how much your loved ones may need financially when you're gone.
1 Investment and Annuity products are provided by Registered Representatives and Insurance Agents of HSBC Securities (USA) Inc., member NYSE/FINRA/SIPC, a registered Futures Commission Merchant, a wholly-owned subsidiary of HSBC Markets (USA) Inc., and an indirectly wholly-owned subsidiary of HSBC Holdings plc. In California, HSBC Securities (USA) Inc., conducts insurance business as HSBC Securities Insurance Services. License #: 0E67746. Insurance Agents of HSBC Insurance Agency (USA) Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of HSBC Bank USA, N.A., and an indirectly wholly-owned subsidiary of HSBC Holdings plc, offers Insurance products issued by third-party insurance carriers. Products and services may vary by state and are not available in all states. California license #: 0D36843.
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All decisions regarding the tax implications of your investment(s) should be made in connection with your independent tax advisor.
2 HSBC Securities financial professional refers to Financial Advisors and Licensed Sales Professionals. Financial Advisors provide a full suite of investment products that are available with HSBC based on individualized customer financial needs and objectives. Licensed Sales Professionals have access to more simplified product sets created to meet customers' key life-cycle needs, e.g., education, retirement, wealth transfers.
3 Tax treatment of 529 Plans sales varies from state to state and can be a major factor in deciding which plan to select. Broker-sold plans often contain sales loads and higher fees and expenses than direct-sold plans.
United States persons (including U.S. citizens and residents) are subject to U.S. taxation on their worldwide income and may be subject to tax and other filing obligations with respect to their U.S. and non-U.S. accounts - including, for example, Form TD F 90-22.1 (Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts ("FBAR")). U.S. persons should consult a tax adviser for more information.