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Comprehensive Wealth Management Robert Farmer

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Welcome

Comprehensive Wealth Management focuses on investment management and helping clients know how to retire and when to retire. Our financial advisors help clients with financial planning, estate planning, and pension plan design. We are located in greater Los Angeles and have clients throughout Southern California, including Ventura, Los Angeles, Orange, San Diego, San Bernardino and Riverside Counties.

By keeping clients’ objectives in focus, staying in contact with them throughout all market conditions and making investment adjustments as economic or lifestyle conditions warrant, we maintain a constant commitment to putting service first.

We can help you define your long-term investment objectives and build a personalized investment portfolio designed to achieve them. We recognize the importance of getting to know you – your financial needs, your financial goals and your lifestyle.

We look forward to working with you and your family.

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