Matthew Jones & Jason Prather
Founded by the late Frank McGehee, Legacy Capital has been operating out of Little Rock since 1977. The Legacy Capital team strives to provide holistic wealth management by gaining an in-depth understanding of all facets of a client’s financial, tax and planning life. They operate with highly credentialed team members who have unique backgrounds and very specialized roles within the firm.
What are the most important factors to consider when choosing a life insurance company?
Carrier financial strength, diversity of products and quality of service.
How can insurance cover inheritance tax for children?
Most of the wealthy families we engage with in Arkansas and elsewhere have accumulated their wealth by building large and successful family-run companies. Often their desire is for these businesses to be passed down to future generations, but they are often subject to significant estate taxes at death. Owning life insurance is often the most efficient way to plan for this inevitable liability and allow the family to continue to keep their capital in their most productive asset: their company.
Matthew Jones, President
Hailing from Searcy, Matthew Jones graduated from the University of Arkansas before attending the William H. Bowen School of Law.
Jones specializes in asset management and life insurance and has been in the industry for 25 years, driven by the fact that the firm’s work and service have a meaningful and positive impact on the lives of their clients.
Jones has three kids, Ridgway, 19, Riley, 18, and Reese, 16.
Neighborhood: Pleasant Valley
Last good read: “The True Measure of a Man” by Richard E. Simmons III
Favorite thing to do in Little Rock: Play golf
Suit or business casual: Definitely business casual
Last vacation: Costa Rica
Jason Prather, Managing Principal
Little Rock native Jason Prather has spent 12 years practicing as an estate planning attorney and 16 years at Legacy Capital.
Prather attended Texas Christian University for undergrad, then studied law at the University of Arkansas and received his masters in tax law from Southern Methodist University, now specializing in asset management and life insurance.
Prather and his wife Rosemary have two sons, Jacob, 23, and Jackson, 21.
Neighborhood: West Little Rock
Last good read: “The Match: The Day the Game of Golf Changed Forever” by Mark Frost
Go-to lunch spot: The Faded Rose
Paper or digital calendar: Digital
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