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Taylor Schulte, CFP® is founder and CEO of Define Financial, a San Diego-based fee-only financial planning firm. Schulte is passionate about helping clients accumulate wealth and plan for retirement. He has a keen understanding of young professionals' financial needs and infuses industry-leading technology into his practice. Schulte was recently honored with the 2015 Five Star Wealth Manager Award and the 2015 Metro Mover award for making outstanding contributions to his profession.
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