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Welcome to Onyx Asset & Wealth Management, LLC

K. Thomas Hutt, CFP®, CPA, MBA is founder and managing partner of Onyx Asset & Wealth Management, LLC. 

We help our clients pursue their wealth management goals through careful advice, astute investment management* and access to the network of financial resources available to Onyx Asset & Wealth Management, LLC. 

We work closely with corporate executives, retired corporate executives, high-net-worth individuals and families, entrepreneurs and business enterprises to develop wealth and investment management* strategies.  We then provide strategic solutions to help our clients reach their goals for accumulating wealth assets, growing wealth assets and preserving wealth assets. We complement these solutions with robust execution capabilities and attentive client service. Where appropriate, we introduce our clients to the broader network and resources of institutional investment companies. 

With more than 30 years of experience in financial services, Mr. Hutt can help you meet your wealth management goals today and for many years to come. 

Feel free to contact Mr. Hutt direct at: (443) 285-3370.



*These services are offered by K. Thomas Hutt through his affiliation with H.D. Vest.

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