Intellectual Property is Now an Ordinary Income Asset, Doubling its Tax Cost at Sale

By scalkins | March 13, 2018

Custom Structured Settlements Ensuring Extra Asset Protection

By scalkins | March 13, 2018

Custom Structured Settlements Shares Crucial Capital Gains and Losses Counsel

By scalkins | March 13, 2018

Custom Structured Settlements, LLC Touts the Merits of Venture Solutions

By scalkins | March 13, 2018

Custom Structured Settlements Helps Clients Avoid Substantial Tax Bill

By scalkins | March 13, 2018

Hopson Partners With CSS, LLC

By scalkins | July 18, 2017

(317) 268-8880 Hopson Partners with CSS, LLC Hopson was about to owe a $400,000 tax bill. For $27,000, we gave him asset protection, reinvestment in his next deal, and new deductions. Hopson knows land development. He also went through the 2008 credit crunch. He knows titling with partial ownership and friendly equity stripping can prevent creditors…

Using the Intermediary Option

By scalkins | July 18, 2017

(317) 268-8880 Using the Intermediary Option East coast doctor, Martin Diaz, M.D. sold his practice to a medical group for substantial value, much to be recognized ordinary income. His practice was in a C-corp. Substantial fees were being paid for consulting, personal goodwill, and a noncompete. On top of other income for the year, taxes…

Using the Intermediary Option

By scalkins | July 18, 2017

(317) 268-8880 Using the Intermediary Option East coast doctor, Martin Diaz, M.D. sold his practice to a medical group for substantial value, much to be recognized ordinary income. His practice was in a C-corp. Substantial fees were being paid for consulting, personal goodwill, and a noncompete. On top of other income for the year, taxes…

Tom & Mick – Using the Vendor Option

By scalkins | July 18, 2017

(317) 268-8880 Tom & Mick – Using the Vendor Option Tom and Mick’s S-corporation was being purchased by a much larger entity for approximately $50 million. The two largest shareholders represented about 65% of the total shares in a relationship of 45% to 20%. Other shareholders held between 4 and 12% each. All were looking…

Tom & Mick – Using the Vendor Option

By scalkins | July 18, 2017

(317) 268-8880 Tom & Mick – Using the Vendor Option Tom and Mick’s S-corporation was being purchased by a much larger entity for approximately $50 million. The two largest shareholders represented about 65% of the total shares in a relationship of 45% to 20%. Other shareholders held between 4 and 12% each. All were looking…