Edward Johnson, CFP®, CLU
4 Costly 529 Plan Mistakes To Avoid
With the average cost of tuition and fees at private colleges exceeding $43,750 in 2021-22—while out-of-state public college students are paying nearly $30,000 per year—saving for college might feel like a monumental task.1 For many parents, 529 college savings accounts may be a way to invest for your child’s future while perhaps saving money on taxes […]
The Financial Impact of Mental Health
Mental health is essential to everyone’s wellbeing. Mental health disorders, diagnosed or not, may be playing a role in your daily life. Often, financial problems or worries may impact your mental wellbeing, especially if you’re anxious or depressed about your situation. Mental health complications impact people in various ways, sometimes even causing financial strife. Below, […]
3 Common Social Security Scams and How To Avoid Being Fooled by Them
Targeted scams have become even more popular with the amount of personal information readily available on the internet. Social Security recipients are, unfortunately, targeted by some of the most sophisticated scam artists out there. From phone scams to phishing attempts and intercepted deposits, here are three common Social Security scams and how you might avoid […]
Invest in Your Financial Education During Financial Literacy Month
April brings more than possible rain showers. It also marks Financial Literacy Month in the U.S. Whether you’re interested in a quick refresher or seeking to learn something new, it may be worth the effort to brush up on some financial concepts that give you a broader knowledge base from which to make financial decisions. […]
Everything Older Workers Need to Know About Retiring
Many workers have been dreaming of retirement since they first entered the workforce. However, once this retirement date draws near, the prospect of giving up your primary source of income may be nerve-wracking, even if you’ve diligently saved and planned. Below, we discuss a few steps you may wish to take to potentially make this […]
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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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