Hansens Wealth Creation (HWC) was established in January 2009, when the Partners of Hansens Accountants and Stuart Hillier saw the need to offer clients a service that offered more than just accounting advice.
At HWC we pride ourselves on offering our clients something different along with the traditional services of financial planning. We introduce our clients to a very unique strategy of Wealth Creation that involves a carefully formulated recommendations to create wealth, whilst focusing on paying down your home loan or personal debts.
- Pre-retirement planning
- Investment strategies appropriate to your needs
- Wealth creation strategies
- Post retirement planning
- Insurance and risk management strategies
- Estate Planning advice
- Tax Planning
- Superannuation and rollover advice and strategies
- Asset Allocation Advice
- Ongoing Advice and Review Services
Stuart is the principal financial adviser of Hansens Wealth Creation and is an authorised representative (335349) of Synchron Business Services Pty Ltd, Australian Financial Services Licensee (243313) 03 9328 3900.
Stuart has over 20 years experience in the financial services industry providing advice based solutions to business and personal clients.
This website contains general advice only, which has been prepared without taking into account the objectives, financial situation or needs of any person. You should, therefore, consider the appropriateness of the information in light of your own objectives, financial situation or needs and read all relevant Product Disclosure Statements before acting on the information. Whilst every care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the material, Hansens Wealth Creation will not bear responsibility or liability for any action taken by any person, persons or organisation on the purported basis of information contained herein. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, no person, persons or organisation should invest monies or take action on reliance of the material contained herein but instead should satisfy themselves independently of the appropriateness of such action.