Asset Protection: What you Must Know about Lawsuits and Taxes

No longer can you simply buy a house, fix it, rent it, and get rich over time.  You have many hands in your pocket – Thieving Tenants, Uncle Sam, and Murphy’s Law.
You must plan properly to protect your assets from the tax man and the lawsuit man.  
REIN proudly brings you 2 experienced professionals at February’s General Meeting.
Robert Notestine, Attorney at Law, has 5 college degrees and 25 years’ experience in real estate, zoning law, development, title insurance, commercial law, and landlord-tenant contract law.
Henry Martin, CPA, helps structure tax reduction strategies to maximize income.  Henry has a securities license and a background in Audit, Personal and Corporate Tax, Estate Tax, and Business Valuations.
You’ll get the low-down on Asset Protection at this Special Event:
– what are assets – and what are NOT
– business entity structuring
– how taxes apply to different types of entities – or don’t apply
– why a sole proprietorship may make sense when starting out
– how to avoid lawsuits
– how to title your assets
– why liens can be your best friend
– and answers to YOUR questions
If you have ever asked a legal question and been told to ask your tax person, or vice versa, then this is the meeting for you!  Learn how it all fits together to bring you short-term and long-term asset protection from taxes and lawsuits.
Invite a friend and join us at REIN’s General Meeting for this very important Presentation.
When:  Monday, February 13, 2012, from 7:15 to 9 pm
Where:  Room 108 of Swang Business Center, Lipscomb University, 3901 Granny White Pike, Nashville, TN 37204


Legal Entities & Asset Protection Class – Nashville – May 4th

In this day and age when people sue at the drop of a hat, you had better have a plan to protect your assets.

This class will focus on setting up and maintaining corporate structures, LLC’s, Trusts, etc. You will learn how to keep the corporate veil intact, and tax issues related to ownership.

We will cover the pros and cons of each type of ownership and which works best in Tennessee.

Bob will illustrate these points with examples from his own experience and will allow time for questions.

Register for this class

Presenter: Robert Notestine, Attorney
Start Time: 6:00 pm
Date: Tuesday 05/04
REIN Education Center [map]
2416 Music Valley Drive – Suite 151. , Nashville , TN   37214