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Maximizing Your LLC Asset Protection to Keep What’s Yours

Posted by on May 1, 2015 in Asset Protection | 0 comments

Forming an LLC establishes a separate legal entity responsible for its own contracts and assets. The LLC’s owners (also referred to as members) are legally separate from the LLC itself and are generally not responsible personally for debts and other obligations of the LLC. But there are exceptions. For example, if an LLC member does something negligent or intentional (like defrauding a customer), he or she could be held personally liable. But there are many things you can do to maximize asset protection. Limit Losses by Taking the Chips off the Table Asset protection is analogous to limiting your losses at the poker table by taking your chips off the table as you win them. No one can see what’s under the table and those chips are not part of the game. This allows you to leave the table with assets, even if you have a few losing hands. For example, by legally separating the operating company from valuable real estate or critical equipment may protect important assets from the risks and liabilities of the actual business. While some people are more likely than others to be sued (like obstetricians, business owners, and landlords), anyone with assets worth protecting should take prudent steps to protect them Early Planning Is Essential to Successful Asset Protection...

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Have You Updated Your Beneficiaries Recently?

Posted by on Feb 3, 2015 in Estate Planning | 0 comments

Filling out beneficiary forms is necessary any time you start a new life insurance policy or retirement account; unfortunately, it’s often the only time most of us give it any consideration. Consider these two stories. Story #1 Margaret lived in New York State and from an early age she wanted to be a school teacher. This was her primary focus throughout college, so it was no surprise that she was hired by a school district while she was still in her early twenties. During her first month, she filled out all of the necessary paperwork for a retirement account listing herself at the Primary Beneficiary (since the retirement account was being created for her benefit) and naming Julie, her younger sister as the Successor Beneficiary (in case something should happen to her). A few years later she started dating Robert and within two years the young couple was married.    Robert was a diligent worker and was successful in his job; Margaret also loved her job. They never had children and were happily married for over thirty years. During her many working years, Margaret had diligently saved over a million dollars in her retirement account. It was their dream to travel and live comfortably after they retired so they lived simply, putting away as much...

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LLC Asset Protection Benefits are Jeopardized When Filed in Another State

Posted by on Jan 28, 2015 in Asset Protection | 0 comments

Asset Protection Attorney: Clint Coons Note: Clint Coons will be featured at the upcoming Asset Protection & Wealth Creation Summit, March 2-4 in San Jose, California. For information about the Summit visit or call 800-276-1430. I recently received an email from a client who was concerned about some information she received from a promoter of Wyoming LLCs. She was told a Wyoming LLC registered to conduct business in California will provide greater asset protection (charging order protection to...

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Dealing with the IRS on Back Taxes and Collections

Posted by on Jan 21, 2015 in Asset Protection | 0 comments

Tax Attorney, Scott M. Estill Note: Scott M. Estill, is one of the foremost tax speakers in the nation and a regular guest speaker at the 3-Day Asset Protection and Wealth Creation Summit. For information about attending the summit, visit   The IRS wields a great deal of power when it comes to enforcing the tax laws and collecting tax revenue for the government. However, that power is not absolute and taxpayers have many rights when the IRS is...

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