Certified Financial Planner™
Accredited Investment Fiduciary
Robert McCullock graduated from San Jose State University in 1997 with a Degree in Business Administration and a concentration in Finance. He started directly in the financial services industry and has worked over 15 years for a couple major brokerage companies in area of investment consultations. Robert also spent years as a local Branch Manager for one major brokerage; spending the majority of his time passing on expertise to Investment Consultants. He specializes in investments, estate planning, tax planning, retirement planning and insurance needs assessments. Prior to working with a fee-only advisory firm, Robert held his FINRA series 7, 9, 10, 63, and 65 licenses.
Robert works with clients to help them develop personalized financial strategies and then to implement those strategies so his clients meet their retirement goals.
Robert moved to Escondido in 2003 from Northern California. He spends his free time with his teenage daughter Julia, his Miniature Schnauzer Missy, or playing golf at a local golf course.
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Tax planning is most important before the year-end while you have the ability to control into which tax bracket you fall, deductions to take, and retirement contributions to fund. Senior Financial Planner Robert McCullock CFP®, AIF® from Pure Financial Advisors walks you through an important checklist to make sure you’re one step ahead of the […]
What should you expect from your financial advisor? What does a financial advisor do on a daily basis? What should you look for before you hire a financial planner, and is it worth it to hire a financial advisor in the first place? Robert McCullock, CFP® of Pure Financial Advisors explains the role a financial […]
Saving for your own retirement or your kids’ college: which one should come first? In this video, Pure Financial Advisors’ Robert McCullock, CFP® outlines the importance of saving for your retirement before you put money away for your children’s college education. Transcript: So a common question that I receive, especially from parents of younger children, […]