Justin Brimmer, CFP®, CAP®
Justin Brimmer has over five years of experience in the financial planning industry advising clients on matters of complex wealth protection strategies. He works holistically with individuals and families to create customized plans that integrate portfolio construction, risk management and legacy planning.
Prior to joining Miracle Mile Advisors, Brimmer built his financial advisory practice at Northwestern Mutual, where he specialized in estate and philanthropic planning for his clients concerned with creating and leaving meaningful legacies.
Brimmer earned his B.A. in Pre-Law from the University of California-Berkeley and his Executive Certificate in Financial Planning from Pepperdine University. He holds his Certified Financial Planner designation and is a Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy. Additionally, Brimmer holds the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Series 6, 7, 63 and 65 securities licenses as well as an active insurance license in California (CA #0H80399).
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Latest articles by Justin Brimmer, CFP®, CAP®
Want to Protect Your Wealth? Then Manage Your Relationships
savings From your love life to your business partnerships to your own personal demons, the relationships in your life have a great impact on your financial future. Success or failure could hinge on how you handle them.
For Your Money, Which is Better: The Algorithm or the Adviser?
Financial Planning When choosing between a human financial adviser and a robo-adviser, the best thing for most people is not either one: It's both.
By Justin Brimmer, CFP®, CAP® • Published
Iconic Estate Flops: What Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston and Prince Did Wrong
retirement Even the biggest stars with the best legal help available have made some major mistakes. Here's what the rest of us can learn about our own wills and estate plans from their famous troubles.
By Justin Brimmer, CFP®, CAP® • Last updated