11350 McCormick Road
2000 Duke Street, Suite 300
Alexandria, VA 22314
Office: (703) 635-3300
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John W. Crane is a financial advisor with an absolute focus on integrity and on gaining financial balance for his clients. He believes client success is best achieved through playing a valuable and continuing role in his client’s financial lives. John seeks to be the first person his clients call when they receive big news, whether good or bad, serving as an accessible constant, and an advocate, in their lives.
John joined Guardian when he started his financial services career more than 20 years ago and is a member of Financial Growth Partners. He has built his reputation and business on a philosophy of maximizing financial benefits, reducing exposure to taxes and other financial costs, an asset class investing methodology and essential ongoing financial coaching. He serves families across many industries with the majority being executives with small-to-medium sized businesses and specialty specific medical doctors.
He presents to graduating resident fellows at George Washington University Hospital regarding student debt management, income protection, cash flow management and investing. He is also the author of the book ‘Healthy Money: Making a Successful Transition from Resident to Attending’.
A dedicated family man, John has celebrated two-decades of marriage with his wife Linda, and they have a cherished daughter named Emma. When he is not spending time with his family, he is a keen marathon runner and cyclist. Longevity, stamina, stability, and strength are the attributes he brings to the planning and implementing of his clients’ financial strategies.
Registered Representative and Financial Advisor of Park Avenue Securities. Financial Representative of Guardian® ,CA Insurance License Number - 0G79065.
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