Hendra Wijaya is a Financial Education Instructor who has built a solid record of accomplishment and a reputation of excellence among his clients and colleagues. He spent the past 22 years committed to educating individuals and business owners on investment strategies, money management, and retirement solutions. He has a unique approach; he helps people find money they are losing unknowingly and unnecessarily. Using those dollars found to solidify their financial future preferably without impacting their current lifestyle.
Hendra believes in a comprehensive approach when it comes to providing quality advice about client’s finances. That includes creating investment strategy that provides liquidity, safety, flexibility, control, and tax advantages through LASER fund (Liquid Assets Safely Earning Returns).
Hendra holds a Certified Financial Education Instructor designation and was recently inducted in the Diamond Club member with National Life Group in 2018
Hendra graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in International Business Management from Brigham Young University-Hawaii. During his degree pursuit, Mr. Wijaya completed courses and developed specialized skills in Business Finance, Accounting, Human Resource Management, Economics, Business Strategies, Marketing, Business Communications, and Business Management.
Hendra is a resident of Las Vegas for over 22 years. He is married and blessed with three talented children, 22-year-old daughter, 20-year old son, and 18-year old daughter. Some of his hobbies include golf, bowling, and competitive badminton. He is currently serving as the club President for Las Vegas Golfers Association for the last 15 years. He specializes in small business, families, individual planning, and Employer Sponsored plans.
Hendra currently specializes helping families in the following states:
- Nevada (167791)
- California (0K82746)
- Colorado (529673)
- North Dakota (7492623)
- Utah (290965)
- Arizona (7492623)
- Oregon (7492623)
- Hawaii (7492623)
- Texas (2081603)
- Washington (922856)