Protect Your Assets From Creditors and Thieves

Denial Changes Nothing

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There are many reasons to protect your assets from Creditors or litigious parties.

Whether you own a lot or a little you should have certain protections in place to keep what is rightfully yours.

If you have a bank account you need to be protected from Creditors, ex spouses, children’s ex spouses, and litigious parties.

If you own property you need to be protected from Creditors, ex spouses, children’s ex spouses, and litigious parties.

Why Protect My Assets?


Lawsuits, unfounded claims, litigation, taxes, and other financial disasters can come when you least expect them. It’s sad but true. . . when you build wealth and get rich, you become a target of lawyers, the IRS and everyone that has less than you. It’s not what you make, it’s what you keep! But how do you keep it in today’s lawsuit–crazy world?

Is the IRS the #1 Beneficiary of Your Estate?

Whether or not you are you a millionaire or planning on becoming one. You are working three times harder than you have to. Think about it — you pay more than 33% of what you earn in income taxes. I know that aggravates you, because it aggravates me. But, I have a solution (and it is not off–shore bank account). Like many entrepreneurs and professionals, you are going to work hard so you can amass a fortune for you and your family. You are also going to plan carefully so that your family can achieve financial freedom. Then, when you pass on, the government will take up to half of what’s left in estate taxes.

Think about it — the IRS is going to take another half of the same money you already paid almost 40% taxes on! It’s like a grave robber opening up your coffin and stealing half of your money from your family. When you add 40% (federal and state income taxes) and then another half (estate taxes), you could lose up to 70% of everything you have worked for! If you have been duped into thinking estate taxes were removed by Congress, think again! We have the highest taxes in the world! If you are upset about this, you should be! You can avoid this atrocity.

Your Odds of Being Sued Are GREATER Than EVER!

Lawsuits are an everyday threat to your financial well–being. Imagine a thug sticking a .357 magnum up to your throat and demanding you turn over your wallet, credit cards, jewelry, and keys to your luxury car. How do you feel? Scared out of your mind? Vulnerable? Violated? You will feel exactly the same way (and maybe worse) when you are hit by a lawsuit and you know you haven’t done anything wrong! Learn the skills you need protect yourself from being a target for the “bloodsuckers” and “ambulance chasers.”

With impenetrable walls of protection around you, lawyers and greedy plaintiffs won’t be able to touch you or your assets!

Are you a landlord now or do you have plans to own real estate in the future? If you’re ever sued, realize juries are made up mostly of tenants. They are jealous that they don’t own a house and you have several! The way jury members see it, when a landlord has been sued, it’s pay–back time! This is their chance to get even with every landlord who ever hit them with a late rent charge or made them get rid of that pet. And, consider this. . . most judges earn less than you. How sympathetic could they possibly be? What do think the chances are of getting a fair trial? You might as well just hand over your checkbook and the title to one of your houses — unless you know my protection strategies!

WATCH OUT — The Lawyers Have Their Targets on Real Estate Investors!

The National Consumer Law Center recently published a report called “Dreams Foreclosed — The Rampant Theft of Americans’ Homes Through Equity–Stripping Foreclosure ‘Rescue’ Scams”. It is a one–sided, wildly exaggerated attack on foreclosure investors that was funded by a left–wing “Consumer Protection” organization. These are the same type of lawyers who sue McDonald’s for making people fat and sue the tobacco companies for causing cancer. Guess what? There are lawyers all over the Country with the same “consumer protection” delusion who are going after real estate investors, and you do NOT one to be one of them! I will teach you how to protect yourself from these opportunists!

Lawsuit Protection is So Important, It Has Become “Mainstream”

Newsweek Magazine reports, “The average amounts paid to plaintiffs in personal–injury cases has risen dramatically since 1995.” The Wall Street Journal reports, “Something as simple as paying a college kid to clean your gutters or giving youngsters a few bucks to shovel the driveway could lead to a serious lawsuit.” Forbes Magazine reports, “with trial lawyers running riot, insurance may not be enough.”

These mainstream publications are warning people about the high risk of losing assets by lawsuits and how important it is to protect yourself. Lear the best ways to stay out of court. You won’t even know what a court looks like! In the rare event that some misguided person does sue you, the odds solidly in your favor. Plan and prepare NOW so you can count on winning any battles, or avoid them completely.

o Use setup and use corporate entities to slash your taxes by thousands

o Use trusts for asset protection and enjoy MASSIVE tax savings

o Use tax laws and legal loopholes to maximize your wealth building

o Avoid real estate “dealer” status. . . falling into this trap can cost you thousands in IRS penalties

o Create tax–free medical and dental plans and save thousands each year

o Hire family members and enjoy lucrative tax deductions

o Save hundreds of thousand dollars in estate taxes (you earned it, why give it away to the government?)

o Create “Fort Knox” protection for all your assets

o Save thousands of dollars with aggressive tax strategies backed up by a “bullet–proof” paper trail

o Get rich and stay rich, but appear “broke” to most people • How to protect yourself from financial ruin if you’re ever divorced

o Protect real estate and other assets from liens and legally make yourself judgment–proof!

o Create a paper trail to come out on top during a lawsuit or IRS audit

o Legitimately deduct “non–deductible” living and vacation expenses

o Prevent your entity from being “pierced” in a lawsuit

o Convert your existing business to a protected corporate entity

o Use Family Limited Partnerships for maximum asset protection and to transfer wealth with minimum estate tax

o Use multiple entities to protect your real estate holdings without the burden of additional tax reporting

o Keep your name off public records when buying and selling real estate to avoid looking like a “deep pocket”

o “Bulletproof” your wealth and avoid getting sued in all areas of your business and personal life

There are many reasons to protect your assets from Creditors or litigious parties.

Whether you own a lot or a little you should have certain protections in place to keep what is rightfully yours.

If you have a bank account you need to be protected from Creditors, ex spouses, children’s ex spouses, and litigious parties.

If you own property you need to be protected from Creditors, ex spouses, children’s ex spouses, and litigious parties.

It can take years to make it. . ..and only seconds to lose it to a creditor.

HORRIBLE: OBAMA Targets Real Estate Control in Massive Power Grab | Episode 96 see

The Supreme Court of the United States just made a terrible ruling for Real Estate Investors making it more urgent to protect your assets see

Asset Forfeiture — How Cops Continue to Steal Americans’ Hard Earned Cash with Zero Repercussions

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Denial Changes Nothing

The “Ostrich Effect” is a term used by financial professionals to describe the avoidance of risky financial situations by denying the risk actually exists. The label comes from the long-held (false) belief that ostriches bury their heads in the sand to avoid seeing an approaching predator or other danger. (They supposedly do this to ingest sand and pebbles that help to grind up food in their gizzard.)

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