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Rodgers Financial Group, LLC is a client-focused business located in the heart of Crossett, Arkansas.  We help individuals, professionals, business owners, and their families plan for a secure financial future. We use a needs-based approach specializing in the areas of protection, wealth accumulation, retirement income planning, estate planning strategies, and business planning.

When clients place their trust in our firm we help provide them with financial solutions to meet their short and long-term goals. We believe that by putting the needs of our clients first we will always be doing the "right" thing. Our business is based on strong values and unwavering ethics. We believe in service before self.

We consider it a privilege and a blessing to be able to help our clients achieve their financial goals by working with them as a team.

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