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Woodland Hills, CA 91367

Richardson Financial

(818) 348-0603

 
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Welcome to Richardson Financial !

As a full-service financial firm we offer solutions to our clients’ needs. We have created this website in order to answer any generic questions about our firm and to be a resource for a wide array of information and market research. This website is also used to facilitate our clients in accessing their own accounts and information. Feel free to browse through our menu of options and contact us with any questions you may have.

If you are currently an investment client, you may access your investments by clicking the link labeled ‘My Account’ below.  For those using Citrix Sharefile, you may log in by clicking on the link under the Client Information tab above.  For those not set up yet, you may upload your documents to us in an encrypted manner, by clicking HERE.

For our individual income tax clients, we are now using a paperless E-Organizer system to submit your tax return data. This tool of the future is easy to use and easy to access. To find out more about the E-Organizer process click the ‘Paperless E-Organizer’ link under the Client Information tab above. 

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