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Kennedy Wealth Group is a comprehensive, relationship oriented services firm providing custom financial strategies. Founded by Jeff Kennedy, a former U.S. Navy fighter pilot, our firm fights to protect your financial future and the legacy you’ll leave behind. We are a team of dedicated financial professionals who are with you every step of the way, helping to guide you on your path to financial freedom.

"As a Navy fighter pilot, I fought to protect our country. Today, as a financial advisor, my mission is to protect your financial future and the legacy you'll leave behind."
- Jeff Kennedy

Our mission is to help you achieve your financial goals and objectives by integrating all areas of proper planning including: growth, protection, and income planning, with consideration for the tax and legal consequences. Our Legacy Living Financial StrategiesTM help you take control of your wealth and make informed, confident financial decisions.

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