Edgar Johnson

IFW Financial Professional Edgar Johnson IFW Financial Professional Edgar Johnson

Edgar Johnson is a Financial Consultant with the Institute for Financial Awareness, one of the fastest growing 501(c)(3) nonprofits in the DC/Metro Area. Institute for Financial Awareness is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing educational resources to the public. Mr. Johnson is a workshop presenter who has assisted thousands of individuals to reach their financial goals by understanding how to circumnavigate the financial pitfalls that they may encounter in their everyday lives. With his expertise, Mr. Johnson has conducted hundreds of financial education webinars and workshops to Federal agencies, private sector, organizations, churches, municipalities, and non-profit organizations. Edgar resides in Suburban Maryland. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, spending time with family and friends, and staying active.

With a background in Finance and significant experience in the financial services industry, Edgar is truly a valuable asset to our organization. Edgar’s focus is Federal Benefits, while working closely with private sector clients. He has daily interactions with our Chartered Federal Employee Benefits Consultants (ChFEBC), federal benefits officers and HR professionals at many of the federal agencies nationwide. Edgar has provided financial advice (Estate planning, retirement planning, financial projections, etc.) to thousands of individuals (federal/private sector employees, and business owners) and is in constant demand for his knowledge and expertise.

“Financial assets aren’t just number on paper – They allow you to feel secure, to handle a family emergency, to send a child to college, and to retire comfortably.”

Edgar works with his clients to develop a financial model that takes all their needs – current and future – into account from a “Macro” approach. He looks at all the possibilities before making any recommendations and identifies the most cost-effective approach to building financial wealth and security.

With yearly tax law changes, stock market volatility, interest rate fluctuations, and real estate uncertainty, it is nearly impossible for the common individual to comprehend these constant changes. The erosion of our wealth by inflation and taxation could leave many people without enough money to retire in their current lifestyle. With ever-increasing life expectancies in our country, the potential exists to outlive our wealth.


  • ChFEBC
  • Retirement Specialist
  • Financial Representative


  • Retirement Planning
  • Asset Management
  • Estate Planning
  • Risk Management

Edgar Johnson

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