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Anita Renee Johnson: Wealth Management Coach

Anita Renee’ Johnson, is a Wealth Management Coach, with Anita R. Johnson & Associates for over 13 years. Duties include the preparation of corporation, partnership, and non-profit tax returns. Ms. Johnson prepares tax returns, and consults the client in building their business with the preparation of the tax return.

Ms. Johnson has taught at Consumes River College, The University of Phoenix, Heald College, Always Learning Adult Education, Elk Grove School District, and Genesis High School, (Math Tutor) in the area of accounting, taxes, and finance.

Ms. Johnson currently holds a BBA in Accounting, and a MS Taxation from National University.

Ms. Johnson has won a number of awards, served as President the Sacramento Black Chamber of Commerce, President Inland Tax Consultants, President Toastmasters, Chairman of the Advisory Board for Capital Power Credit Union, and Chairman of Employment and Small Business and Advisory Board, City Sacramento, for a local credit union, and a radio host. The Anita R. Johnson, Stand Up and Be Counted.

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