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Matthew C. Peck

Owner/Investment Advisory Representative
Phone: 508-746-2400 – Ext. 203

Matthew, his wife, Diana, and their three children currently reside in the storied Ashmont Hill section of Dorchester, Massachusetts—not far from the Savin Hill neighborhood where he grew up. Graduating from the award-winning Boston Latin School in 1996, Matt went on to earn cum laude honors from the University of Connecticut in 2001, where he was awarded the dual degrees of Bachelor of Arts in History and Bachelor of Arts in English.

Shortly thereafter, Matthew began his career in the retirement income planning field and co-founded SHP Financial in 2003. In 2012, he began his second decade of retirement income planning, and he continues helping SHP Financial clients navigate a constantly-evolving retirement planning landscape. Matthew holds his Series 65 securities license, insurance license and acts as a Fiduciary for his clients.

Matthew is author of the book “Mind the Gap:  The Cracks in the American Retirement System.”  He is also co-host of the popular financial radio show “Retirement Road Map” which airs on WBZ, WRKO, WXTK and WSAR.  He is also a regular on-air contributor to the Money Matters Radio and Television networks.

Strongly supporting his local roots, Matthew is an active member of the Ashmont Hill Association and the Dorchester Historical Society, and he is a lifetime member of the Community Friends Association which assists many charitable causes on Massachusetts’s South Shore.

Investment Advisory Services offered through Global Financial Private Capital, LLC, an SEC Registered Investment Advisor. 

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