For some reason preserving assets or wealth is not as discussed as creating wealth. But in reality, preserving what you have gained is equally important.
And in this podcast, that is what Amber C. Saunders will be discussing while you will be unlocking a few insights that will help you to preserve your assets. It also throws light on how to protect your assets and protect your family in times of darkness. Generational wealth, as we call it, should serve the purpose and safeguard the upcoming generations.
That is what Amber C. Saunders is up to – help people protect their wealth and business.
She also uncovers how some wealthy people avoid paying taxes to the government and multiply their wealth. A few examples of famous personalities like Kobe Bryant were also discussed.
She made it clear that it is more about the goal and what you want to do with your wealth and not about the assets per se. The conversation also covered how estate planning relates to asset protection and trust.
Five key takeaways from this podcast:
Make sure your family is always protected and commit to asset protection so that you know your loved ones don’t have to worry. Check out the podcast and find out details that will put you in great stead when it comes to protecting your wealth.
The creator & host of Truck N’ Hustle, is a renowned personality in the trucking & logistics industry who hosts podcasts with the reputed & successful trucking entrepreneurs to share the knowledge required to start & sustain the logistics business!
Amber C. Saunders started Saunders Law Group in 2013, representing high-net-worth families and their businesses in various personal and business matters, before becoming a founding Partner of Naoulo & Saunders. Currently, she is Principal Attorney of The Saunders Firm- a law practice specializing in providing a new approach to business planning that incorporates tax, succession, business, estate, and intellectual property planning into every aspect of the work done for clients. Saunders holds a law degree from the prominent John Marshall Law school in Atlanta, GA. After graduating in 2009, she has amassed credentials that have helped her excel as an attorney. Notable accomplishments include serving as a Judicial Assistant to the Honorable Judge Penny Reynolds on the State Court of Fulton County, receiving the Advocacy Award for her work with the Moot Court Team, served as a Dean’s Fellow for her legal writing skills, and served on both the local and regional board for the Black Law Students Association.
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