Andrew Langdon, CFP, CSLP, Vetworth
Andrew Langdon
Designation: CFP®, CSLP®, EA
Languages: English
At VetWorth, we work specifically with veterinarians in their pursuit of financial independence. From emergency & relief vets to practice owners to associates, we’ll work collaboratively to ensure your finances are cohesive and secure, giving you confidence in your financial future.

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We recognize how important financial education is to the veterinary community. Becoming more financially secure not only improves the lives and well-being of you and your family, but also can help improve the lives and well-being of your patients and clients.

At VetWorth, we offer fiduciary, fee-only financial planning specifically to veterinarians. From tax planning strategies for relief veterinarians to analyzing disability options for specialty vets to retirement planning scenarios for practice owners, our goal is to positively impact the lives of our clients through collaborative financial planning.

I made the decision to serve veterinarians after reading a Merck study showing more than half of veterinarians would not recommend the profession to their peers, with low incomes and high student debt being the overwhelming reasons. By working with vets to improve their financial situation, I hope to help reverse this negative perception many vets feel.

I am a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, CERTIFIED Student Loan Professional™, and Enrolled Agent with the IRS. I am based out of Peachtree City, GA and serve clients both locally and across the country.

If you’re interested in having a conversation about how a financial planning relationship may benefit you, please feel free to reach out!

Business name: VetWorth
Business phone: 404-907-0070
Focus areas: Student loans, Comprehensive financial planning, Investment management, Estate planning, Retirement planning, Insurance, Personal Taxes
License: 6392975
Other license: CFP 262098




470 Commerce Dr
City: Peachtree City
State: GA
Zipcode: 30269

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