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Paul Jarvis

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Date registered: November 17, 2011
URL: http://areavoices.com/members/pjarvis/

Latest posts

  1. Social Security Decisions Infographic — November 4, 2014
  2. FINANCIAL PLANNING OR FINANCIAL GUIDANCE: HOW DO THEY DIFFER? — September 3, 2014
  3. Switching to the 24-Hour Workday: Financial Implications of Stay-at-Home Parenting — August 25, 2014
  4. Squished! What to Do When Financially Supporting Two Generations — July 15, 2014
  5. The Selfless Job of Motherhood: Supporting Your Child’s Financial Future at Every Age — May 20, 2014

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Nov 04

Social Security Decisions Infographic

  Social Security Decisions Infographic Follow me on Twitter: @pauljjarvis You have probably heard that there are pros and cons to taking social security early, at full retirement age, or delaying but haven’t actually seen the difference.  I created this infographic to illustrate someone who has a full retirement age (FRA) of 66.  For additional …

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Sep 03

FINANCIAL PLANNING OR FINANCIAL GUIDANCE: HOW DO THEY DIFFER?

  FINANCIAL PLANNING OR FINANCIAL GUIDANCE: HOW DO THEY DIFFER? By Paul Jarvis, CFP® Part of putting a financial plan in place means knowing what’s right for you – how much or how little planning you need, and how active you want to be in the planning process. While a CFP®  professional can help you create …

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Aug 25

Switching to the 24-Hour Workday: Financial Implications of Stay-at-Home Parenting

  Switching to the 24-Hour Workday:   Financial Implications of Stay-at-Home Parenting   Washington, D.C., August 25, 2014 – Choosing to transition from two incomes to stay-at-home parenting isn’t an easy decision, but is the right choice for many families. This decision should be made after careful consideration of the financial implications of leaving the …

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Jul 15

Squished! What to Do When Financially Supporting Two Generations

    Washington, D.C., July 15, 2014 – Many middle-aged Americans are beginning to find themselves in a tight spot, financially “sandwiched” between caring for older and younger generations. While juggling their own financial needs and obligations, these pre-retirees are responsible for supporting adult children grounded by a tough economy and aging parents requiring care and assistance.   …

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May 20

The Selfless Job of Motherhood: Supporting Your Child’s Financial Future at Every Age

CFP Board Advises Mothers on Instilling Children with Financial Responsibility   Fargo, ND, May 20, 2014 – Mothers make all kinds of sacrifices for their families, including financial sacrifices to help and protect them, from covering countless childhood expenses to helping an older child during his or her own financial challenges. Mother’s Day is just one …

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