What Really Matters
The most important thing is to define your goals
The most important thing is to define your goals:
"Retiring comfortably to me includes the ability to travel. A lot."
You can easily decide if your future includes traveling all across the world, or if it's just simply retiring somewhere where the weather is perfect all year round. But, having those goals in mind now can help you achieve the financial security you'll need when it's time.
We're a family of financial planners with various backgrounds of expertise. We're here to help all of our clients and their unique needs related to their retirement and financial help. No future is too big or too small for us, our goal is to simply help create a positive future for all of our clients.
At Century Financial Consultants we understand that financial planning for your future is uncomfortable and uncertain, especially in today's economy. But, rest assured that in our hands we've helped clients with all types of backgrounds successfully and happily retire with their financial hopes and dreams met and, often exceeded. We want to help make that dream become a reality for you and your family too.
Would you like a worry-free future?
Wouldn't we all? Finally, you can have the future you want without the worry of how tomorrow will affect you financially. Century Financial Consultants is dedicated to helping you achieve all of your future hopes and dreams with the income and means to support it.
Century Financial Consultants has well over 40 years of financial-planning experience between its planners.
We are at the forefront of this quickly changing economy and we work closely with our clients because we are fully committed to meeting and exceeding expectations.
We are proud that so many of our clients have repeatedly turned to us for guidance and assistance with their financial futures, and we work hard to earn their loyalty every day.
Jeffrey Hollander, CMP
President / CEO
For over 40 years Mr. Hollander has addressed thousands of persons on the subjects of increasing income, lowering taxation, preserving principal and maximizing assets. He is considered one of the nation’s leading experts in Medicaid, Medi-Cal and Long Term Care planning. He has developed a specialty in working with retirees, and those about to retire, who want to protect and ensure that their money lasts. Mr. Hollander uses his comprehensive up to date knowledge to help retirees avoid common and sometimes irreversible financial mistakes.
Mr. Hollander is an active member of the senior community in Southern Arizona, has been a keynote speaker at both The Senior Advisor’s National Forum, as well as at numerous NRMLA national meetings. Mr. Hollander has served on the Board of Directors of the Atascadero Zoological Society and he currently holds The Wealth Preservation Institute’s designation of Certified Medicaid Planner. Jeff resides in Scottsdale, Arizona with his wife Joann, and their two dogs Alfred and Oliver.
Matthew Hollander, CMP
Vice President / Retirement Specialist
Mr. Hollander is a retirement specialist that was born into the industry. His career began on the central coast of California and has been primarily focused in the financial services industry. Getting his start with Wells Fargo, Mr. Hollander quickly climbed the corporate ladder setting records starting as a teller to being offered a position with Wells Fargo’s advisor program in less than a year. Instead of going that route he decided to head to the bay area of California to work in his brother’s financial services firm.
While there, he helped clients overcome their income concerns and achieve successful retirement plans. Since coming to Arizona, Mr. Hollander has decided to finish his education and is currently enrolled in Arizona State University’s business program.
Teaming up with his father to create Century Financial Consultants, Mr. Hollander is practicing using many methods of helping retirees protect what they have. Currently holding the federally recognized designation of CMP, Mr. Hollander is well versed in asset protection and nursing home spend-down issues. He currently resides in Scottsdale, AZ with his family.