Leighann Miko is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional and member of the Financial Planning Association. Serving clients at Equalis Financial in Los Angeles, CA and the surrounding communities.
Financially, everyone’s needs are singular. We’re all dealing with a different past and facing our own uncertain futures. There is no one-size-fits-all way to success however you measure it, be it with money, independence, or happiness. So, in an ever-changing world, Leighann offers this much certainty: Everyone can have a plan. Everyone can be treated fairly. And no one has to do it alone. Together, we can get organized.
Focused whole-heartedly on the principle of equality, we’re an independent, fee-only firm specializing in financial planning and investment management services for the LGBTQ community, women, and young professionals.
We believe such individuals deserve fair access to financial advisement that fits their unique needs with sexual orientation, marital status, or net worth appearing as no basis for discrimination. This is too often the case in the black-and-white world of financial planning, but not here.
Here, our mission is to empower the individual - individuals like you - to be an active and equal partner in your financial planning, regardless of immediate or long-term goals. We work with you so you can live your best life.
Leighann earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, majoring in Financial Services, from California State University, Northridge. Her certificate in Personal Financial Planning was earned at UCLA to complete the education coursework requirement for CFP® certification. And in her never ending pursuit of knowledge, she has completed a Master of Science degree in Taxation at Cal State Northridge.
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