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“Asset Protection for Physicians and High-Risk Business Owners” (2015 Updates) By Robert J. Mintz

We have significant additions to the book “Asset Protection for Physicians and High-Risk Business Owners“.

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1.   Piercing the LLC Veil – Recent court cases have allowed creditors of an LLC to pierce the LLC veil making the LLC members personally liable …

2.   Protecting Assets From Unexpected Medical Expenses – Medical expenses resulting from an illness or injury to yourself or a family member, represent the single most serious threat to …

 

3.   Why Your Living Trust May Be Broken - A properly drafted and funded Living Trust allows property to pass in a seamless transition…

4.   Cook Islands Trusts – Prudent Planning or Tools for Scoundrels? - The key provisions of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (“FATCA”) became effective in 2014 and 2015 and foreign banks and trust companies are implementing necessary reporting systems as required …

5.   Are Secret Accounts and Offshore Havens Gone for Good? - the FATCA regulations have been finalized by the IRS and offshore banks, financial firms and trust companies are attempting to comply …

6.   New State Laws Allow Residents to Shield Assets From Creditors - In 2014 Mississippi became the 16th state to adopt domestic asset protection trust (“DAPT”) legislation. In addition, legislators in other states have amended …

7.   California Private Retirement Plans - California allows for the creation of a Private Retirement Plan, which is entirely exempt from judgments and bankruptcy …

8.   When Is It Too Late For Asset Protection? - Often the key issue in asset protection is determining whether the planning is too late. Each state has laws against “Fraudulent Transfers” which are those intended to defraud or defeat a creditor …

9.   Do Your Kids Need Asset Protection? - Dynasty Trusts are trusts intended to last for an extended period – sometimes several generations.  The primary benefits are that estate tax can be reduced or avoided as amounts are passed from children to …

10.  What Happens When You Can’t Pay Your Mortgage? - … some clients have been engaged in extended negotiations concerning loan workouts or other modifications which are, only now, reaching their conclusion …

11.  S-Corps as Tax Shelters – New Case Highlights Risks and Opportunities - An S-Corp has the potential to produce significant tax savings by converting “wages” into “profits” …

12.  What is the Best Asset Protection for Physicians? – In our initial discussions with a client these questions always comes up “What’s the best asset protection plan?”  “Are there any plans which are completely bulletproof?” …

13.  How to Make Money in the Litigation Game - The biggest obstacle to filing a lawsuit has always been money. Lawsuits cost a lot and most people just can’t afford it.  When legal fees are added to the costs of consultants and expert witnesses …

14.  How to Find a Tax Shelter - … business expenses, such as payroll, advertising and software, are intended to produce greater income and assets, money spent on taxes return zero economic benefit …

15.  Profit Shifting to Reduce Taxes - Businesses and wealthy individuals often reduce their overall tax burden by holding assets or conducting business operations in low or no tax jurisdictions …

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