Johnson McKee Jackson & Associates specializes in meeting the unique and complex financial needs of our clients through the use of a comprehensive approach to wealth management planning. With over 80 years of combined investment experience and a support team of RBC professionals, we create lasting relationships with our clients by helping them create personalized long-term wealth management plans designed to meet their specific financial goals. We implement those plans through the use of a prudent and disciplined investment process, reviewing the progress and success of each investment portfolio, making adjustments as needed, whether due to market conditions or changes in our clients’ needs.
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