After graduating from UCLA with an English degree and a specialization in business administration, John Csiszar worked for 19 years as a financial advisor both with a major wirehouse and at his own registered investment advisory firm. Along the way, he earned his Series 7, 63, and 65 licenses, in addition to a California Insurance License and a Certified Financial PlannerTM designation. He has since published more than 4,000 articles for a variety of online publications, ranging from USAToday.com and Experian to Yahoo Finance, TurboTax.com and MagnifyMoney.com. He has also published five educational books for young adults.
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