Scot Thigpen has been helping clients plan their financial lives for more than 25 years. His chief goal is to use his God-given gifts to help clients establish a plan for their financial future.
Scot graduated from Mississippi State University in 1987 with a B.S. Degree in Accounting. He began his career with KPMG Peat Marwick as a CPA before moving to Merrill Lynch in 1991 to begin his career as an investment advisor. In 1999, he joined Executive Financial Planning (EFP, Inc.) as a partner before selling his practice in 2006 to Stanford Group Company. Soon after, he founded Solomon Financial, now known as Thigpen Group Wealth Advisors.
Scot recently served on the Board of Trustees of Jackson Academy where he chaired the Finance Committee. He is Past-President of the Mississippi Financial Planning Association, and a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountancy and Mississippi Society of CPAs.
Scot writes a monthly column for Mississippi Christian Living Magazine. Scot’s personal interests include shooting, cycling, photography, writing and most all outdoor activities. He and his wife Kimberly are the parents of two sons, Peyton and Bowen, and proud in-laws to their precious wives Mary Alex and Kailey.
Scot and Kimberly are active members at Christ United Methodist Church, where he serves as a Sunday School teacher and D-Group leader for adults and youth.