Clients trust Rigby Financial Group to proactively lead them toward better business decisions and secure their financial future.

Areas of Expertise

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Entrepreneurial & Business Owners

For growth-driven business owners looking for Virtual CFO services.

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Real Estate Investors

Taking real estate investors to the next level of confidence on purchases and sales.

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Medical Doctors Who Perform
Surgical Procedures

For entrepreneurial physicians looking to offload financial tasks and ensure long-term security.

Technology Companies

A financial roadmap for technology.

What Makes Rigby Financial Different

Most CPA firms call you once a year to tell you your financial statements or tax returns are done, minimizing their own effort. They are unresponsive and rigid. Rigby Financial Group is different.

We get to know you and your business well and take a holistic approach regarding your business and personal finances.

We’ll assign you your own personal Virtual CFO that comes with the accessibility and accountability that you would expect from an internal CFO. Regular communication with advance planning, proactive ideas, suggestions and solutions.

Our clients view us as an invaluable resource who they can lean on when making challenging business and financial decisions. We are their rock.

Select Services

At Rigby Financial Group, we believe that our expertise in tax, accounting, business consulting and financial planning can provide much more than spreadsheets and tax forms. We focus on YOU, not just your numbers – because we believe that professional services should be tailored to your specific situation, and toward realizing your specific dreams. It’s that simple.

 

Recent Blog Posts

Thankfulness in Difficult Times

As we approach this Thanksgiving, the third since COVID-19 hit us, we may find it harder to be grateful than we would like. The economic news is not and has not been great, and the rumblings indicate that the numbers aren’t going to get much better in the near-term. However, although we are in a …

Payout Rules for Beneficiaries of Inherited IRAs

In our last post on retirement planning, we discussed the IRS’ proposed changes to the payout structure of inherited IRAs, which would go against the provisions of the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement Act of 2019 (SECURE Act). Today, we are going to discuss the existing rules – the three categories of beneficiaries, …

Remote Work is Here to Stay

During the first year of the pandemic, in the spring of 2020, I wrote about my own experience of remote work for myself and my team, and it seems that, indeed, some form of remote work is, in fact, going to remain part of our “new normal.” On August 31, 2022, Gallup released the results …

Featured Recent Blog Entries

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As we approach this Thanksgiving, the third since COVID-19 hit us, we may f ...
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During the first year of the pandemic, in the spring of 2020, I wrote about ...
2 November 2022
Even the darkest clouds can have a little silver lining them. Last week, we ...