An overview of self-settled asset protection trusts in Georgia

As self-settled asset protection trusts (SSAPTs) become more common throughout the US, they are inciting a debate among wealth management lawyers and others in the industry. With the increasing popularity of these trusts, state legislatures, including Georgia, may be...

IRS On Your Case? Here’s What You Can Expect

Receiving a Notice of Deficiency from the IRS can be one of the scariest things to receive in the mail. However, just because you received that notice, does not mean that you necessarily owe those taxes. These next 7 blogs will give you, the taxpayer a rundown, of how...

FARM & RANCH: Harvesting the Fruits of Tax Reform

Introduction Real “reforms” do not sunset in 7 years and do not ignore the roots of the problem being reformed. In the case of tax, the root problems are gluttonous deficit-spending coupled with an insatiable desire to control other people’s lives through regulations...

College Athletes Aren’t What Make College Football Profitable

Sports are often defined as much by their controversies as they are their highlights. For college football, when debate is not focused on the proper way to crown national titles, the topic of player compensation is one of the most heated — and perhaps important —...

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