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Welcome to The Kerrigan Davis Group

We are an independent financial planning firm located in Valdosta, Georgia. You can think of us as your personal financial concierge service. What we do is bear the burden of your financial needs so that you don't have to do it alone. We assess your investments, assets, liabilities, and financial goals and commit to listen to you, face-to-face, express your financial goals and create a personal, tailored financial plan as a roadmap to meet those goals. We aren't just advising you; we're taking on your burden with you.

That is really what makes us at Kerrigan Davis unique. When you hire us, you're hiring a team, each of whom applies their talent and expertise to your financial roadmap. And you're not just getting advice, you're getting our personal concern for the whole picture of your financial life.




Why Our Clients Choose and Stay With Us

We aren't in the business of handing out vague information but in giving custom tailored advice. We live in the information age, overwhelmed with data, and now more than ever trusted advice is what our clients are looking for. Our clients trust our team's skills and expertise, and the clarity we bring to their entire financial life gives them the confidence they need in their financial future.

Trust

Trusted advice from our experienced team committed to helping you meet or exceed your financial goals.

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Confidence

Confidence in a team dedicated to helping you meet your every financial planning need.

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Clarity

Clarity of your financial situation and expert guidance helping you move forward.

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