ETBM#49 Asset Protection & Tax Shelter Overview

March 6, 2013 Description: In this call we got technical and discussed generally how asset protection and tax shelters can be used. At the start we went over the basic entity types and the pros and cons of each. We use an example from a caller’s business to make it more relevant. During the topic Q&A people had many questions on how to get started at which point we talked about fraudulent conveyance (transfer).

During the general Q&A, we got in to some criminal matters and administrative process. 1st trustee also gave his opinion on O.I.D.s.

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4 Responses to “ETBM#49 Asset Protection & Tax Shelter Overview”

  1. | March 11, 2013 at 13:16 #

    Another mention of the infamous Permaculture! An article or video followed up with a call on this subject would be fascinating. Natural law isn’t that much of a stretch!

    • 1stTrustee | March 11, 2013 at 15:45 #

      While I agree that natural law isn’t that much of a stretch, people have a hard enough time understanding the basics in this area alone. I see how permaculture is a great model to show and link everything together in a holistic manner, permaculture mainly deals with a sustainable lifestyle through the use of food and natural processes. When one has really dug into how permaculture works, it goes well beyond food and plants and gets into money forms and legal structures. Nonetheless, it is a separate, though closely related, topic. If enough people requested me to touch on the subject then I will, however until then…I’ll keep drilling the basics until we can shift gears to permaculture.

      I’m drawn between covering the topic but don’t feel people will get the connection when they can’t even see themselves as the source of their own problems. Permaculture forces one to look in the mirror indirectly because it shows one how little they do to help and how much they are a part of the problem. But I digress (the same way I do when I start talking about permaculture) 😀

  2. Matt Z | March 8, 2013 at 11:53 #

    Yeah, this was a great call. Awesome participation from everyone.

  3. kevin cope | March 7, 2013 at 19:24 #

    very interesting topic last nite all the way around. i learned alot on a topic i was completely blind to. very insightful on all aspects. just more amo for my arsenal. thanks again for the extra help with the criminal aspect. helped out alot an im ready to start putting it into action. cant wait for the next conf. call.!!!!!!! you make learning exciting again.

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