Tag Archives: Asset Protection

3 Tips for Hiring Your Next Healthcare Assistant

Hire only the best. Newly-experienced hiring managers often believe perfection is the standard. They assume that they should only hire the student who was best in his or her class, or the dental assistant who has the most experience. In the healthcare and dental industry, where precision and accuracy are of the utmost importance, it’s […]

Legally Mine helps to sponsor “Project Icarus”

So protecting medical professionals and business owners from lawsuits is not the only thing we do here at Legally Mine. A few months ago, local high school senior Jonas Allred,  reached out to businesses in the community to help him fund his senior project of launching, recording and tracking the flight of a weather balloon. […]

PSA of the Day!

This was put together by some members of our office staff, and it made us laugh. – Legally Mine

It’s March Madness Time!!

March Madness is Here!!! So must be tax time too. Is your current business structuring saving you money or are you just stuffing the IRS’s brackets with your Benjamins? What if the same entities that protect your finances could also save you on your taxes? Well now they can… Now Is The Time To Make It Rain!!! […]

Yahoo Finance article on Legally Mine, Dan McNeff

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/legally-mine-among-presenters-dc-012229542.html Let us know what you think of the article in the comments below!

Asset Protection – Legally Mine

Asset Protection If you would like to protect your assets from lawsuit losses there are two simple rules to remember. Rule # 1.  All lawsuits are about money!  If there is no money to take in a lawsuit no lawsuit will be filed. Rule # 2.  Any Asset you own in your own name or […]

Using Multiple Operating Businesses, Real Asset Protection Strategies – Legally Mine

The following is some good advice on how you can use multiple entities to protect yourself in the case of a lawsuit. Using Multiple Operating Businesses If the function of the business can be separated into multiple operating entities, their assets and the separate operating entities themselves can then be more easily protected. For example, […]