Minimize taxes with asset protection and estate planning
In anticipation of drastic changes to tax policy based on the Biden administration’s proposal, reassessing your assets from both asset protection and estate planning perspectives may save you and your beneficiaries from extreme tax burdens.
Hillel L. Presser, P.A., Managing Partner and Founder at The Presser Law Firm, can help you protect your hard-earned money while still maintaining full control over your assets with a proper asset protection structure. Such a structure can not only save you from losing your assets to creditors today, but it can also provide you an effective estate and tax planning vehicle to cut down on estate taxes, probate fees, attorney fees, court costs, and more.
In this on-demand webinar, Presser reviews both exempt and non-exempt assets, various ways to protect your wealth, and possible tax planning strategies that will make all the difference should the Biden administration’s new tax policy go into effect. Engage in exercises based on your specific assets, as well as potential threats, liabilities and creditors.
About the Presenter:
Hillel L. Presser, Esq., MBA | Managing Partner, Attorney at Law
Hillel L. Presser, Esq. represents individuals and businesses in connection with the establishment of comprehensive asset protection plans that incorporate both domestic and international components. In addition to helping to rewrite Asset Protection Laws, Hillel has represented some of today’s most well-known business owners, doctors, celebrities, and professional athletes. Hillel Presser has been featured in numerous newspapers, magazines and has authored several books and articles on Asset Protection including Asset Protection Secrets (Revised Edition), and Financial Self –Defense, just to name a few. Hillel Presser graduated from the School of Management at Syracuse University and obtained his law degree from Nova Southeastern University where he was awarded the “Book Award” for the highest academic achievement in business entities and corporations. He completed his Masters in Marketing at Lynn University. He also served as an Adjunct Faculty Member (Law) at Lynn University
Category: Asset & Estate Planning
Tags: Estate Planning, National Sponsor, The Presser Law Firm