Protect your assets with the right structure

The best approach to asset protection is to get the structure right from the outset. But what is meant by asset protection?

An Asset Protection Plan covers the ownership structure of assets, ensuring they are owned in the right names or entities in order to limit the risk of exposure to creditors. You’ve most likely heard of most of the common structures: companies, trusts and partnerships, but did you also know that in some instances, ownership of assets within superannuation can be a beneficial ownership strategy?

It’s important to learn the best ways to protect your assets, and to understand the advantages and disadvantages of each structure. Ultimately, the kind of asset protection you’ll need will depend on your circumstances.

Hear from Matt Schlyder in the video below on the different entity structures and how each can be employed to mitigate the risks of your financial activities.

Safeguard your wealth while you profit safely.

The Asset Protection guide below will help you consider the pros and cons of each entity structure in your circumstances.

Download the guide here

If you would like to run through your asset protection strategy at anytime, please feel free reach out on 07 3833 3999,
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