Host Heath Frantzen welcomes Ryan Fowler
Threats to Americans’ life savings abound: from ever-increasing taxes and inflation, to onerous legislation, to lawsuits, to medical emergencies. Never before have we had so many different dangers threatening to wipe out everything for which we have worked.
The potential for financial devastation for ALL Americans is real.
Fortunately, there are legal and ethical solutions to help neutralize these threats. But you MUST understand how they work and how best to implement those solutions.
Ryan Fowler says the time is now for advisors, agents, CPA’s etc. to not only start talking to their clients about asset protection strategies… but to take steps to safeguard their own money as well.
One of the nation’s top asset protection advisors, Ryan is co-author of the book “Asset Protection In Financially Tough Times.”
He believes that asset protection, far from being an exclusive remedy for the rich, is something virtually EVERY American needs.
Business owners, financial advisors and others will especially profit from meeting Ryan Fowler.
Check out his website at http://www.pfshield.com
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About Ryan Fowler
W. Ryan Fowler has until recently been one of the best kept secrets in the wealth preservation community.
A graduate of Brigham Young University, Mr. Fowler is the founder and managing member of The Privacy & Financial Shield LLC (pfshield.com), and has trained, mentored, or consulted for dozens of attorneys and other professionals nationwide in regards to wealth preservation matters.
Mr. Fowler originally began researching asset protection in an attempt to rectify the many differences of opinion, both within and without professional circles, as to which asset protection strategies worked and which didn’t. In order to separate fact from hype, Mr. Fowler would only support a strategy if he could prove its efficacy via a thorough analysis of statutory law, case law, and other relevant data. The results of this research has made Mr. Fowler a pioneer in some of the most advanced asset protection strategies available, such as equity stripping via obligation-based liens, UFTA Section 8(a) defense strategies, and the use of disregarded entity multi-member LLCs (DEMMLLCs).