Asset Protection Tools For Business Owners
Welcome to the Wealth Curve Talk Podcast. In this episode, John continues his series on the Wealth Curve Blueprint. This time his focus is on asset protection. He reveals two key tools small business owners need to protect their business and personal assets.
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Don’t miss John’s key points on asset protection:
- You are your business’s most important asset. Y so you need to protect your business and your personal assets in the event of your disability.
- Further, a business overhead policy pays all of your business’s overhead expenses while you’re disabled. This way, you can keep on your staff and keep things operating at the right level.
- Also, you may have unknowingly signed personal guarantees that put your personal assets at risk if your business experiences trouble.
- Long-term leases, with elevators, frequently include personal guarantees.
- Bank loans often have covenants and restrictions with personal guarantees.
- Whether you work alone or with one or more partners or employees, you need a buy-sell agreement.
- Also, this document spells out how the owner’s (or owners’) assets and shares are transferred upon their death, disability, or retirement—or according to their activity level.
- Lastly, it establishes an appropriate valuation methodology and makes sure it is well funded.
For more details on asset protection for business owners, listen above. I’ll go more in-depth into valuation methodology in a future podcast. You can schedule your Wealth Curve Conversation here.
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