Hardy Reed presence at the fi360 National Conference


This week Ken Mathis, Ken Parkinson and Rick Hill were in Nashville, TN attending the 2017 fi360 National Conference. In addition to attending, Ken Mathis was one of the 16 speakers for the conference. Monday he spoke on fiduciary issues as they relate to foundations and other nonprofits. The fi360 Conference is the industry’s premier […]

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Small Changes, Big Impact – Ideas for Tax Alpha


With the end of another tax season, we turn our attention to strategies that make portfolios more tax efficient. Medora’s paper on the tax impact of different investment methodologies and strategies for improving net returns to investors comes at just the right time. Follow the link below to learn more. SMALL CHANGE, BIG IMPACT  

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Hardy Reed Community Involvement Part 2


Check out our Community Involvement story, part 2. Scott Reed is engaged in various charitable efforts for the community, The United Way being one of the most significant. His grandfather helped start Lee United Neighbors, which was a predecessor to The United Way. Since then, his father worked for the organization for years and he […]

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Learn more about Scott’s book, Top 40 Rules of Investing


Scott’s book, Top 40 Rules of Investing, is an engaging and thoughtful guide down the path of successful investing practices. It is a quick read that equips you with the tools and assurance you need to make educated and informed investment decisions. Watch the video below to learn more about what led Scott to write […]

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Scott Reed to speak at Tupelo Rotary


Scott has been a busy guy lately and isn’t planning on slowing down! At the Tupelo Rotary meeting on March 27th he will be giving a talk to the group titled “There’s Weeds in my Roses,” a candid look at the Fiduciary debate. Stay tuned to learn more information about the debate and how it affects […]

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Welcome Peter!


We are excited to introduce you to our newest Hardy Reed team member, Peter Vance. Peter’s role in the firm will be Research Analyst and Trader. He will spend most of his time placing trades, monitoring account balances and keeping our Investment Committee informed and up to date on current research so that Hardy Reed […]

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Looking the Part


Check out our latest update to the website! We’ve replaced pages of copy explaining our Code of Conduct and Core Values with snazzy new graphics. For a company whose tag line is “Partnerships Built on Trust” we don’t believe that there are two more important statements than “Code of Conduct” and “Core Values”. These are […]

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A Champion in Our Midst


A congratulations is in order for our very own Scott Reed. He and his team beat out the competition at the United States Tennis Association League Adult 55 & Over State Championship and came out on top! They will travel to Asheville, North Carolina, in September to compete in the USTA League Southern Sectionals. Go […]

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Making a Difference


We started Hardy Reed, LLC ten years ago because we believed, for the most part, the investment world did not put the client’s interest first.  Ten years later the Department of Labor is saying the same thing and has issued the “Fiduciary Rule”.  Anyone giving advice in the retirement plan space must put the client’s […]

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External IT Case Study regarding Hardy Reed


“Hardy Reed is an independent, SEC Registered Investment Advisor and a fiduciary consulting and retirement plan services firm with offices in Tupelo and Oxford, Mississippi.”   Please click the link below to read the Hardy Reed Case Study Hardy Reed Case Study

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Hardy Reed, LLC Advisers Earn CFP Designation


Oxford, MS (December 16, 2015) – Rick Hill, CFP®, AIFA®, Wealth Manager at Hardy Reed in Tupelo, MS and Medora Justus, CFP®, AIF®, Wealth Manager at Hardy Reed in Oxford, MS have been authorized by the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards (CFP Board) to use the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ and CFP® certification marks in […]

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Hardy Reed mourns the loss of Scott Reed’s father, Jack Reed, Sr.


Hardy Reed mourns the loss of Scott Reed’s father,  Jack Reed, Sr. Jack Raymond Reed, 91,Tupelo’s pre-eminent civic leader, died Wednesday at his residence. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Saturday at First United Methodist Church.Visitation will be from 4 to 7 p.m. Friday at the church. Click the link below to read the Daily […]

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Recent Market Volatility


January 8, 2016 –  As goes the market so goes….well, at least a portion of your portfolio. The beauty of a diversified portfolio is that it is designed to buffer the bad things that can happen to our clients. We knowingly give up riding to the high mark of a bull market in order to […]

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