Reagan Curl, CRPC®, CMFC®, AIF
Reagan has been enthusiastically committed to providing personalized wealth management solutions to his clients for nearly two decades. Throughout this time, he has had what he calls ‘a front row seat’ in witnessing the impacts of providing quality advice based on a true understanding of each client’s unique needs. He believes the foundation of all financial success and prosperity begins with having a comprehensive wealth management plan in place – one that covers all aspects of planning and preparing for your significant life events. This includes planning for retirement, thriving while in retirement, dealing with unexpected illness or loss, sending children/grandchildren to college and much, much more.
Before beginning his career in the financial services field, Reagan graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Finance from Auburn University. He immediately began working in the financial services industry in back office services and product development. Soon after, employers realized his skill set would be best for outside sales so he entered into an external sales role for several mutual fund, 401(k) and annuity carriers. Reagan focused on providing financial advisors with retirement income options that they could offer to their retail clients to provide confidence.
In 2010, Reagan founded Johns Creek Wealth Management to pursue his passion for helping others plan for and experience true financial independence and will continue to do so as the President of NetWorth Financial Services. He holds the Certified Retirement Planning Counselor (CRPC) designation, the Chartered Mutual Fund Counselor (CMFC) designation through the College for Financial Planning and is an accredited Investment Fiduciary.
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Reagan is married to his wife of 18 years, Kelley, and they have two children. They make their home in Johns Creek where they are very active in their community, church, local business organizations, and schools. In 2011, Reagan completed the Leadership Johns Creek (LJC) program and was formerly on the board of both the LJC and the Johns Creek Business Association and was the President of the Johns Creek Business Association in 2013.