What We Do
We are a boutique firm and we deliberately keep it that way. Our size allows us to provide personalized insight and extensive service throughout your life.Learn More
We are committed to your financial success. Our focus is to simplify your life and instill confidence knowing you are on the right track as you pursue your financial goals.Learn More
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We start with a conversation about who you are and what is important to you. Our in-depth, high-touch approach allows us to develop a customized plan tailored to your specific needs.Learn More
Focused on Your Financial Success
At Kraus Capital Management, our mission is simple: to serve you. Utilizing an in-depth high-touch process, we take the time to get to know you and to understand your hopes and dreams for the future. Offering state-of-the-art risk analysis and comprehensive financial planning, we want to provide you clarity regarding your financial situation, help you determine an appropriate roadmap for pursuing your goals, and work with you for the long-term. We combine the resources of a large organization with the attention of a boutique firm, to create a truly personalized experience. The result? A financial and investment plan tailored to your unique needs.
While many of our clients are employees in the telecom, military and civil service industries, we also serve business owners, professionals, and families. Based in San Antonio, Texas, we work with clients locally in San Antonio, and Austin as well as multiple states across the country. Wherever you are, we’ll help get you where you want to be.Start a Conversation
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