Protecting Your Assets
It takes hard work to accumulate the assets you own. It only makes sense that you would want to protect them. Protect your real estate, personal property, businesses, bank, investment and retirement accounts from the most common threats: taxes, lawsuits, long-term care expenses and divorce. 

Tax Techniques:

1. Shifting Income:

2. Postponing Tax: Examples include the use of 401k plans and 1031 exchanges

3. Changing Nature of Tax: Changing from earned income to passive income.

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Protection Methods

Revocable Trust

Irrevocable Trust

​Limited Liability Company

Potential Dangers                   Lawsuits                                         Divorce
Government taxation

Asset Types                                      

Real Estate                                      

Bank Accounts         

Personal Property

Investment Accounts     

Life Insurance


ASSET PRotection

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