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Bruce D. Vaughn CFP®, AIF®

Bruce D. Vaughn CFP®, AIF®

Partner, Financial Advisor

Bruce is the founding partner of VLP Financial Advisors, he has been active in the profession for over 30 years and has built VLP Financial Advisors from a one-man operation into the multiple planner, team based business it is today.

Bruce believes that his job as an advisor is to educate and inform his clients so that they have all the information they need to make smart decisions about their finances. One of Bruce’s passions is retirement income planning which he believes is just as important as investment and asset allocation choices before retirement. 

Bruce also works with several local foundations helping them manage their assets and strategically plan for their continuing legacy. He also advises small businesses helping them develop and monitor their business retirement and succession plans. 

Bruce’s professional credentials:

  • Certified Financial Planner™
  • Accredited Investment Fiduciary™
  • Registered Principal
  • Regional Director with our affiliated broker/dealer Cetera Advisor Networks LLC
  • Licensed for Life, Disability and Health Insurance

Getting to Know Bruce

A longtime resident of Northern Virginia, Bruce lives close to our office in Vienna with his wife, Patti. Bruce and Patti have three daughters, Kaitlyn, Erin, and Caroline.  Bruce enjoys traveling and has recently visited Scotland, France and Italy.

If Bruce could meet anyone past or present it would be: George Patton

Place Bruce would most like to visit: New Zealand’s South Island

Favorite book: I love all the books by Nelson DeMille

Favorite Movie: Good Will Hunting

Favorite food: Fresh sushi

Favorite quote: “Dream as if you’ll live forever, live as if you’ll die today” – James Dean

Favorite holiday: Thanksgiving - Especially all the homemade pies.

Hidden talent: training dogs

What motivates Bruce: I love to help people meet their goals in life.

Something on Bruce’s bucket list: Live in Italy for a month

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