Certified Financial Planner™
Master of Science in Business Administration
Accredited Investment Fiduciary
With over 12 years of financial experience, Allison Alley is committed to working with clients to help them achieve their retirement, estate, investment and tax planning needs. Prior to joining Pure Financial Advisors, Inc. Allison served as Senior Vice President of a small private wealth management and investment banking firm where she specialized in comprehensive wealth planning to address the unique needs of wealthy investors, business owners and families. Allison graduated from UCLA with a Bachelor’s degree in International Economics and earned her Master’s degree in Financial & Tax Planning from SDSU.
As a San Diego native, Allison loves the outdoors, especially the beach. She races outrigger canoes and is the President of the Hanohano Outrigger Canoe Club in Mission Bay (HOCC). HOCC is a non-profit organization supporting San Diego’s youth with Keiki & Youth programs and scholarships for high school student athletes involved in water sports. She is an avid UCLA sports fan and football season ticket holder.
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There has been a lot of talk in the past few years about “fiduciary duty.” Senior Financial Planner Allison Alley, CFP® of Pure Financial Advisors explains what it means to be held to the fiduciary standard, and why it’s important to work with a fiduciary when it comes to financial planning. Transcript: One of the […]
How do you get started building your own financial plan? Allison Alley, CFP® from Pure Financial Advisors explains: it starts with determining your net worth and your cash flow, then it’s a matter of imagining what you really want to do in retirement. Transcript: One of the questions we get quite a bit is where […]
While not everyone may need life insurance, there are some common uses that might be beneficial to you and your specific situation. In this video, Allison Alley, CFP® describes some of the reasons you might consider purchasing life insurance. Transcript: So one of the questions we get quite a bit is whether or not somebody […]