I find great satisfaction in helping people use the law, not only to offer asset protection, but to reach new financial heights.
St. Louis, Missouri (PRWEB) March 26, 2014
Attorney Lee R. Phillips will be one of the featured speakers at the Marketing & Managing a Diagnostic Practice Getaway for chiropractors in St. Louis, Missouri from March 28-30, 2014. At the event, Phillips will explain to chiropractors how to use the law to lower taxes, protect assets, structure a business and make more money. He will show them ways a business can generate tax-free profits, earn more using tax deductions, and increase their bottom line. Attorney Phillips will also cover the legal entities needed to help protect company and personal assets.
As Mr. Phillips observes, “We are a more litigious society and if somebody is successful, it is more important than ever to protect their assets. If people don’t take offensive actions to protect their assets, they could easily lose everything they have worked their whole life for.”
Attorney Phillips has spoken to thousands of audiences throughout the United States and Canada. He says, “I find great satisfaction in helping people use the law, not only to offer asset protection, but to reach new financial heights.” He will include a number of tax saving strategies designed to save thousands each year.
Phillips’ lecture on Saturday, March 29th is titled “NO-Bama Care & Protecting Your Assets.” Mr. Phillips is the author of 11 books, including his latest Protecting Your Financial Future. Over the years, he has written and published hundreds of articles for real estate investors, small business owners and medical professionals coaching them on the best way to use the law to safeguard their assets as well as increase their income. He is also the founder and president of LegaLees, a legal self-help publishing company founded in 1982. It produces products designed to help people understand the law and better structure their personal and business affairs. Their mission is to help people protect assets and prevent legal disasters that can strike at any time.