Edward Johnson, CFP®, CLU
As you get older and closer to retirement, your financial practices need to shift slightly as you transition from working and saving to relying on your nest egg. As you approach this stage of your life, you need to take steps to protect your wealth. Keep these tips in mind. 1. Shift Toward More Conservative […]
Your life insurance needs change as your life changes. When you are young, you may not have a need for life insurance. However, as you take on more responsibility and your family grows, your life insurance needs increase. Your needs may then decrease after your children are grown. You should periodically review your needs to […]
Invest early. Invest often. Invest for growth. These are the basic principles of saving for your child’s college education. The earlier you begin a savings program, the more time you have to benefit from the power of compound interest. For example, if you start saving $200 per month when your child is an infant with […]
September is National Life Insurance Awareness month. And while most of us likely recognize that life insurance provides us peace of mind and security, there may be a few things you don’t know. Life Insurance is Not Just for the Young Many people – but not enough – will buy life insurance in young adulthood. […]
The time to begin planning for your financial future is now. So, when it comes to preparing for retirement, the earlier you start, the better. Here are some steps to help you achieve your overall objectives: Review your current financial situation by assessing your income and assets versus your expenses and liabilities. At first, determine […]
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Edward N. Johnson, Financial Advisor, joined California Financial Partners, Inc., an independent registered investment advisor, in January 2004. Edward joined the financial services industry in 1991 in Los Angeles, California as a career agent with The Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company. Prior to 1992, he worked for six years in the commercial building property management industry. As a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, professional, Edward broadened his financial planning capabilities to include estate planning, taxes, portfolio management, business continuation and fringe benefits.
Edward graduated with a BA degree in Economics in 1985 from Brigham Young University. Edward is active in his Church and served a two-year mission in Kobe Japan from 1979 to 1981. An Eagle Scout himself Edward is very active with the Boy Scouts of America and recently earned the Woodbadge Scouting Award for adults. Four of his five sons are also Eagle Scouts. He is married to Monica and has five sons, one daughter, and four grandchildren.
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