Matthew Jarvis is not a magician.
Yet there are those that come to him when they are about to retire and expect him to make a small amount of retirement savings last for 30 years.
Matthew is a Certified Financial Planner who’s clients are exclusively retired, or within 5 years of doing so, with at least $500,000 saved up.
Depending on your current lifestyle, half a million dollars might seems like either a lot of money, or very little, to last for 30 years.
And that’s the thing about retirement planning. It’s very specific to the individual or couple, and what they intend to do with those next 30 years.
The truth is, everyone’s afraid of running out of money and there’s no shame in that. What’s important is that you talk to someone about it before it’s too late.
Though he is still a young man of 36, Matthew has been able to build Jarvis Financial into a very successful business since he started in the industry in the early 2000s.
He currently manages over $115 million in assets for his clients and has structured his business in a way that allows him to take over 80 days of vacation every year, spending quality time with his 3 kids, while still providing full service to his clients.
Matthew joined me from the Seattle, Washington area to tell his personal finance story.
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