Financial CEO Will Discuss How to Protect Clients Stock Portfolios And Other Assets at upcoming Seminar for Financial Planners
November 3, 2003, Las Vegas, Nevada -- CEO Scott Letourneau of Nevada Corporate Planners, Inc. will be speaking to more than 200 Financial Planners from 50 states on the topic of HOW TO PROTECT CLIENTS STOCK PORTFOLIOS AND OTHER ASSETS (You Helped Them Create it, Now Help Them Protect It) at the upcoming 2003 National Conference & Expo, to be held on November 11-13, 2003 at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, 3950 Las Vegas Blvd. , South Las Vegas, Nevada 89119.
The financial industry now ranks as the #1 target for lawsuits of any profession in America. Investors looking for someone to blame for their losses due to speculative stock market investments have been targeting financial planners. Financial planners are increasingly seeking professional counsel.
"People in high-risk occupations, in terms of lawsuits, such as doctors, can protect their stock portfolios and other assets from lawsuits," says Letourneau. "Personal property, including investments in the stock market and stock of your own company, are only protected minimally, at best, by each state. One of the primary vehicles of asset protection is forming a Limited Liability Company when it is taxed as a partnership."
The following categories of people should consider asset protection:
- Anyone in a high risk profession, regardless of wealth
- Anyone with at least $500,000 in liquidity
- Anyone with a net worth of at least $750,000
- Anyone who expects to be involved in future litigation (this plan needs to be done at least one year in advance)
- Anyone expecting an inheritance
- Anyone starting a business who expects there to be a strong growth phase in the upcoming years
Letourneau will discuss these topics in his talk:
- How to use the State Exemption Laws in Protecting Your Assets
- How much equity of your house can be protected by homestead Are IRAs and Keoghs Protected from Creditors?
- Is Your Pension Plan Protected from Creditors?
- Is the Cash Value of Your Life Insurance Policy Protected from Creditors?
- How to Hold Title to Real or Personal Property.
- Why you Should Separate Your Business and Personal Credit
Letourneau will show financial planners how to protect:
- Business Practice
- Retirement Income
- And Multiply Income
To interview Mr.
Letourneau or for more information, please contact 1-800-351-5111.