How To Address An Employer Who Does Not Pay On Time

Money makes the world go round, so when we get shorted on our paychecks, it can make us stop dead in our tracks. Of course, it’s hard to shut down the weary boss of a company short on cash, but rules are rules; at the Read More …

Is It Better to Have an LLC or an S-Corporation?

LLC vs S-Corporation – Which Is Better for Asset Protection? When it comes to personal finance, identifying the right form of asset protection follows a relatively standard process. There are options such as opening a traditional IRA, or ROTH IRA, putting your money into a Read More …

Cryptocurrency as a Tool for Asset Protection

Cryptocurrency is a decentralized form of currency that has fettered its way into popularity in the last several years. It is not regulated by any bank or institution, and the government won’t make more when it runs out. Rather, the number of individual coins that Read More …

Woodbridge, Bayou, and Stratton- Financial Schemes by “Reputable” Institutions

It is no secret that people like to engage in not just earning money, but watching it grow as well. Every year more than 50% of Americans invest billions of dollars in various assets including stocks, bonds, real estate, and other assets with high hopes Read More …

Assets on Ice: Cryogenic Estate Planning

Dennis Kowalski, a husband and father of three, recently spent $140,000 to cryogenically preserve his entire family after they die, hoping to give them a chance at a second life. He is the president of the Cryonics Institute and a paramedic, and trusts that this Read More …

Debt after Death: Who Takes on the Debt after a Debtor Dies?

Picture this scenario: You are approaching the end of your life, yet your balance sheet is in the red. You still have a significant sum you owe to an assortment of creditors. “Ah-ha!” you triumphantly think. “They can only take it while I’m alive. I Read More …