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There are several steps to follow for maximum asset protection. They are:

  • - Avoid making disastrous financial decisions.
  • - Evaluate extended warranty decisions.
  • - Don't live beyond your means.
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  • - Watch out for fraudulent schemes.

Asset protection, or debtor-creditor law, is a set of legal techniques and a body of common and statutory law. It deals with the protection of an individual or business entity's assets from civil money and judgments. Its goal lies in insulating assets without evading tax or resulting to concealment.

At Global Asset Planning, our strategies and solutions will give you an edge over your competitors. We impart successful strategies to help you save money and at the same time make more money.

Our company combines all the necessary elements of business, baking, the legal field, and cultural skills. We are the best option you can choose if you need a company specializing in local and international insurance and finance. We have a wide network of clients here and abroad.

Our services do not only encompass finances and business. We also include expatriation, FATCA, foreign annuities, asset protection, FBAR, foreign banks, amnesty, foreign entities, foreign life insurance, and IRA's. We have experience in offshore banking, offshore company formation, offshore accounts, and asset protection trust.

The Global Asset Planning team has experience in taxation, banking, law, and asset protection spanning more than 50 years. We have significant skill and expertise that helps us solve our clients' problems, usually regarding tax and estate issues, wealth protection, and litigation.

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