The Star-Ledger: How I Help My Clients

The Star-Ledger: How I Help My Clients

JORIE JOHNSON: President of Financial Futures, a financial advisory firm in Manasquan.

WHAT I DO: Financial and Investment planning.

I identify and define their financial goals by prioritizing what is important to them. The majority of the people I work for are women. They don’t just want me to tell them what to do. They want to be educated was well. I am selective about who I take on – I want to like them as people and be invested in them. I like knowing the names of their children and pets.

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