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Asset Protection
Start Date/Time: Wednesday, April 05, 2017 6:00 PM
End Date/Time: Wednesday, April 05, 2017 10:00 PM
Recurring Event: One time event
Importance: Normal Priority
Location: Anchorage
Description:

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563-3086

The average professional is sued 5-7 times in their career. That means you have  5-7 opportunities to lose everything you have worked for. This class gives you the tools to avoid that risk.

We allow participants to bring their spouses at no charge which has been well received, and with a gourmet meal served, it means you can come over after work and learn vital information while on a date.  

One company had 4 employees’ attend class and the next day 7 people called from the same company wanting to sign up… the class is that good!  Here’s what students say:

 

 “Inspirational.”  Tristi Gunawan.

“Thought I would be lost but presented so well even I could keep up.” Robin Zimmerman

“Great information – Everyone needs this class sooner better than later.” Ron Greisen

 

 

You will develop the skill set to protect your assets from lawsuits and learn:

·         2 riskiest forms of structuring your business

·         5 shortcomings of corporations

·         6 critical components of an effective Asset Protection plan

·         3 important differences between a Family Limited Partnership(FLP) and an LLC

·         5 disastrous mistakes in setting up FLPs and LLCs

·         4 strategies to avoid capital gains tax

·         3 strategies to avoid probate and inheritance tax

·         3 critical elements in setting up a trust

·         and much more

$349 Includes Dinner -- Royse and Associates Students $149, AYP Shareholders/AYP Advertisers Free

 

 

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