Safeguarding our personal information from identity theft and not letting ‘the world’ know where we live, is very different than hiding a rental property or asset. Otherwise stated, our personal privacy is different than the privacy needed in keeping the location of an asset private. The important point I want to make in this short article is that we need to understand what we are trying to protect, and then be targeted and exact in our privacy protection strategies.

There are several ways to handle a parent’s home depending on their particular health or financial situation. At a bare minimum, your parents should have a Revocable Living Trust to ensure the orderly and effectively transfer of the home to the family and avoid probate in states where the expense is significant.

There comes a time in the lifespan of just about every business when

I recommend to ALL of our clients to purchase at least one rental property a year for tax planning and wealth building benefits.