Our Services

Retirewell is committed to doing what is best for our clients, most of whom are self-funded retirees, professionals, executives, or small business owners.

That means a strong adviser-client relationship, supported by extensive resources and experienced financial advisers with expertise in a wide range of wealth management disciplines.

We deliver customised solutions and personal service backed by an unwavering dedication to professional integrity.

Retirewell’s services for high net worth clients include:

  • Handling the impact of significant wealth events (sale of a family business or property, retirement with significant assets, an inheritance, etc)
  • Developing customised portfolios incorporating sophisticated investment strategies
  • Tax minimisation strategies
  • Asset protection strategies
  • Exit strategies for business owners
  • Use of trusts for estate planning
  • Legacy planning and charitable giving design

We would work closely with your other professional advisers (accountant and lawyer) as required in developing and implementing these strategies.

Our standard services include:

  • Retirement planning
  • Superannuation planning
  • Self-managed super funds
  • Social security planning
  • Insurance risk planning
  • Investment advice
  • Gearing strategies and finance
  • Sharebroking facilities
  • Tax-effective investments
  • Ongoing portfolio review services

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    Several new links have been added to the many already in this article, links that date back to the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. If you have any questions, or require further assistance, please send us an email or phone.

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