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Nolan McClure

Nolan McClure, CFP®

Manager, Financial Planning
Atlanta, GA

Nolan McClure is the manager of Ronald Blue Trust’s Financial Planning department. He also serves as a financial advisor for the Everyday Steward® division and serves clients nationwide out of the office in Atlanta, Georgia.

Nolan offers financial planning, investment management, strategic giving, estate planning, and trust services to clients who are seeking objective advice based on biblical principles. He is passionate about working with newly married couples and young families with the goal of making money a non-issue in their relationships, so that they are freed to focus on God’s calling for their lives.

Prior to joining Ronald Blue Trust, Nolan worked as an associate advisor with Ashworth & Sullivan Wealth Management Group where he was responsible for research, construction, and implementation of client financial plans and investment portfolios.

Nolan graduated cum laude from the Terry College of Business at The University of Georgia with a BBA in business management. He went on to earn a master’s degree in consumer economics, also from The University of Georgia. Nolan is a licensed CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERTM.

Nolan and his wife, Carrie, met while students at the University of Georgia. They attend their local church where Nolan serves as a worship leader.

Nolan and his wife live in Alpharetta, Georgia with their two children.

"We first called Ronald Blue Trust to determine how soon I could retire. Our Ronald Blue Trust advisor guided us on a spiritual path at exactly the right time to focus us on God’s will at this stage of our lives and we will be forever thankful."

"I've been involved with financial planners for well over 40 years. There's very few of them that do it like Ronald Blue Trust. Very few concentrate on giving as part of the overall plan."

"Working with our Ronald Blue Trust advisor and their team of experts has been a 'game changer' for us to ensure we are managing our wealth wisely and being generous with the time, talents, and treasure we’ve been given--all from a biblical worldview."

Resources from Nolan

  • Navigating Economic Disruptions: The Power of a Financial Plan