In December 2014 Collins Wealth Management affiliated with the Integrated Financial Group, one of Atlanta's largest financial planning consortiums (based on assets under management by the Atlanta Business Chronicle.) IFG is a network of LPL Financial advisors and their firms coming together to form The Brain Trust. We are independent firms but all believe that our vast collective knowledge and experience can help us provide sound advice for our clients. We are committed to providing practical and conflict-free advice. Integrated Financial Group has been named one of the Top 25 Financial Planning Firms in Atlanta, based on assets under advisement, by Atlanta Business Chronicle consecutively for 10 years.
Integrated Financial Group is a consortium of LPL Financial Planners and not a Registered Investment Advisor firm.
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