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Personal CFO

Personal CFO

Coordinate Financial Life Streamline Communication Decision-Making Made Easy Focus on GamePlan for Success

Tax Plan + Prepare

Tax Plan + Prepare

Federal, State, and Local Returns Ensure Complete Compliance Coordinate with Team Payroll Plan Early for Opportunities to Save

Risk Management

Risk Management

Evaluation of Risk Exposures Options to Reduce/Remove Risk Design Program to Control Address Your "Bullseye"

Investment Coordination

Investment Coordination

Starts with Education Evaluate Client Risk Spectrum Design to Minimize Risk Select + Monitor based on Goals

Accounting

Accounting

"Real Time" Reports Budgets, to Set Goals for Success Banking, Direct Deposit, Bills Everyday Pulse of Your Finances

Business + Foundations

Business + Foundations

Develop GamePlan of Giving Discuss Organizational Options Tax Fillings, Tax-Exempt Status Keeps You Focused on Mission

Why Athletes Financial?

Our unique service model was started in 1972 by a young agent and his college teammate and friend, Arnold Palmer. As one of the first athletes to approach his opportunity as a business, this storied PGA champion considered his financial team very carefully.

This decision was about more than just pretty logos, charts full of promises, and resumes. It was about UNDERSTANDING your unique career, ANTICIPATING opportunities and potential pitfalls, and at the core of our relationship, TRUST.

Athletes Financial is proud to carry on this tradition to our clients, one success story at a time.

The Team

World-Class Services starts with World-Class people. Meet the All-Star Team responsible for the Success of Athletes Financial.

Michael B. George

Michael Toliver

Ryan Broyles

Ryan Broyles

NFL Wide Receiver / The Players' Tribune (Jan 20, 2016)

I think that’s why so many guys go broke. They come out of the gates as a rookie spending a lot of money, and they establish a lifestyle for themselves that they can’t sustain because they’re not saving and investing enough money for the future. Then one day, the checks stop coming in, and you wake up and all your money’s gone because you’re trying to fund that lifestyle you’ve already gotten accustomed to.

Na'il Diggs

Na'il Diggs

Former NFL Linebacker / Sports Illustrated (May 5, 2016)

I do not suffer from naiveté, but it is my sincere hope that by sharing my story, professional athletes will learn to be wary of unscrupulous financial and investment “advisors,” especially those that work for large financial institutions.