“When your values are clear, your decisions are easy.” – Roy Disney
Relationship, Confidence, and Capability.
With success comes complexity. You're looking for a trusted partner to help guide and advise you on getting and keeping your financial house in order. The large, status quo financial institutions have lost their personal touch.
At Hankinson Wealth Management, Inc., we are passionate about helping you make smart decisions so you can accomplish your goals and fulfill your hopes and dreams for the reasons that are most important to you. We apply uncommon common sense: Eliminate Complexity, Simplify, and Repeat™.People who benefit the most from working with us are:
- Passionate about their goals
- Focused on the things in life that are most important to them
- Willing to delegate financial matters based on expert advice
- Ready for the truth … no matter what!
Typically, our clients are:
- Owner-operators and entrepreneurs
- Highly paid professionals
- Those in the position where they can choose whether they work or not
In simple terms, our approach means that our clients efficiently and consciously make the transition to category 3 – and stay there. We refer to this as the Encore Life™. A successful transition to a great Encore Life builds upon the foundation of your past success, transforms dangers and complexities, and focuses on simplifying your financial life.
The focus, clarity, and simplicity that result from aligning your financial choices with your values enable you to make the most of life’s opportunities.
Plan Well. Invest Wisely. Live Abundantly.™
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