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Wealth Creation

Retirement Planning

Personal & Business Insurance

Estate Planning


Adv Dip FS (FP)


Wendy Love
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Over 10 Years in the Financial Services Industry

Josh Snell

Financial Adviser

Josh joined the Financial Services industry in 2003 and in 2006 became an authorised Financial Adviser. Over his years as an adviser Josh has worked in both banks and boutique financial planning practices. 

With his insight and astute technical knowledge Josh understands that each person is coming from a different circumstance with differing potentials, he has the tools to make the most of what they've got to work with. He enjoys educating people and helping them learn and grow in an area they might not know a lot about. This ensures they have the best chance at having the future they dream of.

'TFC Financial has been a great place to work, with a variety of backgrounds we all have differing passions and specialities. However we all share a strong commitment to our clients, a solid sense of professionalism and, we're all 'real people' with the same concerns as many of our clients.'


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"TFC Financial, in particular Joshua Snell (our new adviser) were very thorough in establishing our goals and providing advice on how we could achieve them. Josh listened and made recommendations that we were happy with and knew we could achieve with his guidance. Very happy with the experience and would recommend to anyone who wants to achieve financial freedom and stability” - Kim Murray

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We found Joshua Snell and the team at TFC Financial very professional and easy to work with.  They helped us to find the best way to access our superannuation claim and saved us thousands in tax.  So would highly recommend TFC Financial for anything insurance or financial related.  Thanks one again to Joshua and the team at TFC Financial for all your help.  Ben & Kelly Gadd


Some Questions with Josh Snell

What was your first job?

As a teenager, I wasn’t too picky about what I had to do to make a dollar. I had jobs mowing friends lawns, working in a local motel, afternoons spent cleaning the local butcher shop and working at a small abattoir. If I could make some pocket money, I’d give it a try.

Where would you most like to retire?

I love fishing so ideally my retirement home would be on a coastal canal with the boat permanently ready at the jetty.

What are you most looking forward to in the next 10 years?

We’ve recently had our first child and can’t wait to see him grow up and develop his own personality. Hopefully he enjoys fishing too!