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Asset Protection: Concepts & Strategies for Protecting (eBook)

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ISBN13: 9780071505475
ISBN: 0071432167
Published: July 2004
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Country of Publication: USA
Format: eBook (ePub)
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With no agenda but education, the authors present a completely objective overview of asset protection that keeps within moral and legal boundaries. Since the book is not intended for attorneys, the authors avoid legalese. The writing is straightforward and commonsensical, and the issues are simplified for easy understanding by financial professionals.

Asset Protection is divided into four parts. Part I examines the concept of asset protection: its goals, morality, implementing an asset protection program, and methodologies used. Part II deals with asset protection solutions that are well established. Part III covers asset protection strategies that are still being resolved by the courts, detailing the issues still under scrutiny. Part IV looks at new planning techniques that have been created with the last five years. Intertwined throughout the book is a discussion of how asset protection has evolved over the years to where it is today, including the post Enron/Arthur Anderson era.