Our Story


Our Story

Our Story

Key Events in Tull Financial Group’s History

Robert W. Tull, Jr., also known as Robin, began his career in Financial Planning at Christian Broadcasting Network in the mid 1980’s. He later transitioned to a personal career in financial planning at Financial Designs in Virginia Beach.

⊕ In 1989, Robin launched R.W. Tull & Associates at 1417 Battlefield Boulevard in Chesapeake, VA.

⊕ In 1996, Robin served on the national ICFP Board (Institute of Certified Financial Planners), the organized community of CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ Professionals, which merged with the International Association of Financial Planners (IAFP) in 2000 to ultimately form what is now the Financial Planning Association (FPA)

⊕ In Spring 2003, the business formally changed its name to Tull Financial Group, Inc.

⊕ On September 30, 2004, the business formally and completely separated from any commissions-based revenues to become fully sustained through fee-only services.

⊕ On August 30, 2005, the business changed location to its current address of 640 Independence Parkway in Chesapeake, VA.

⊕ In 2006, TFG joined NAPFA, the leading professional association of fee-only financial advisors, where we have taken a Fiduciary Oath.

⊕ In the summer of 2012 Tull Financial Group acquired LiveOak, LLC, from fellow financial advisor, Mary Beauchamp.

⊕ Over the past decade, TFG has more than quadrupled its assets under management.

Giving Back

Though we thrive on helping our clients achieve financial freedom, we know that true wealth is represented by more than just dollars and cents. We believe that giving to those in need is as important as saving for a rainy day, and we are passionate about contributing our time and resources to several causes that benefit many worthy charities. We are grateful and blessed to be a part of the Hampton Roads community, especially our home city of Chesapeake, and are deeply invested in giving back to the town which has given us so much.

Some of the organizations we are proud to support are:

 

Chesapeake Rotary Club

Robin Tull has been a dedicated Rotarian for more than twenty-five years, participating in many of their community improvement projects including “Paint Your Heart Out Chesapeake” (PYHOC) and “Coats for Kids.” The Rotarian motto is “service above self,” and this professional networking group prioritizes its humanitarian contributions on both a local and international level. For several years TFG has also been a proud sponsor of another popular Rotary event, the annual Chesapeake Wine Festival. This highly successful fundraiser has donated over a million dollars to many local charities.

 

Chesapeake Regional Healthcare

Dependable medical services are so important to any community, and Robin Tull has dedicated many years of support towards this independent health care system. He has served in many roles for the hospital, including on the Chesapeake Regional Health Foundation Board of Directors, and helping to raise funds through their Annual Gala. He currently sits on the Chesapeake Hospital Authority board, helping to ensure that the hospital remains focused on providing services the community wants and values. The TFG team also supports the annual Bra-ha-ha events, which raises funds for breast cancer research and awareness.

 

Education

Along with healthcare, ensuring that the next generation has access to quality education is a core passion of the TFG team. Robin Tull has served on the Alumni Board of Directors for his alma mater, Oral Roberts University, and now also serves as a trustee of the school. He has also served as a board member for Atlantic Shores Christian School in Chesapeake, where Philip Tull also contributes his time to coach the Boys Varsity Soccer Team.

 

Chesapeake Charities
Children’s Hospital for the King’s Daughters (CHKD)
Wounded Warrior Project

Tull Financial Group, Inc.

640 Independence Parkway Suite 300
Chesapeake, VA 23320-5177

757.436.1122 or 888.296.7526

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