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Riggle & Associates is now Riggle Wealth Group
In 2019, the firm’s financial advisors made the decision to transition from a single, majority stakeholder, into a member owned firm
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Since 2007, we have helped more than 1,000 households and small business across the nation
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Achieve your goals and establish a legacy for your family or business.
A Research-based approach
What sets Riggle Wealth Group apart from other financial advisory firms is our credentials, diversity of thought and expertise, and our planning process which follows a rigorous, research-based approach to wealth management.
As one of the only member owned firm with a collective expertise that spans five decades, Riggle Wealth Group member advisors have undergone a rigorous certification process and hold degrees from respected universities throughout the United States. Our certifications and designations include Chartered Financial Analyst®, Accredited Investment Fiduciary®, Chartered Retirement Plans Specialist, Certified Financial Planner, and Certified Public Accountant.
Our breadth of knowledge includes investment management, financial and retirement income planning, wealth protection and asset transfer, and much more. Together, we will create a wealth management strategy that incorporates both asset allocation and product diversification so you can achieve your goals and establish a legacy for your family or business.
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