Events and Training Workshops
Learn from the best in the business at one of our exciting workshops held all over the country. For upcoming dates & times click on the event image.
Structure Implementation Workshop
The first steps after your entities are created.
Tax Wise Workshop
Advanced strategies to minimize your taxes and put money in your pocket.
How Can We Protect and Grow Your Wealth Today?
Whether you want to protect your existing assets, decrease your tax burden, or prepare for retirement, our Advisors can help.
Form a LLC, Set up a Corporation, and Non-Profit Formation. Click for Details >>>
Asset Protection Planning
Structuring your entities for maximum security and peace of mind. Click for Details >>>
Asset Protection and Tax Planning Advice That Fits Your Lifestyle
No matter how you earn it, we can help you keep more of your income.
Our Team of Advisors
You have access to Estate Planning Attorneys, CPAs and Advisors who all will assist in developing your Wealth Planning Blueprint to protect, plan and save.
Just a Few Happy Clients…
Anderson played an integral part in helping us establish our real estate investing business structure, our living trust estate plan, and our LLC business structure. If not for Toby and his team, we may not have known how important it was to structure our businesses in a way that protects our personal assets and our family’s legacy. In addition, the team has helped us create a living trust, and every other lawyer just wanted us to make a will (which of course, provides them with more money through the probate process).Natasha D.
The employees at Anderson all have unique different skills. It’s really hard for any one person to have all the answers. It’s so neat to have the community and the package together in one organization. If you don’t have the answer or another advisor doesn’t have the answer, they are going to go find it out for you and help you really get to where you need to be.Carl F.
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Learn from Anderson’s team of advisors, attorneys and tax professionals by watching one of our past webinars in estate planning, asset protection for real estate, tax reduction strategies and more.
Turnkey Real Estate Asset Protection
Real estate asset protection attorney Clint Coons covers how to set up a Turnkey Real Estate Asset Protection structure using limited liability companies and land trusts. Clint lays out how to use both LLCs and land trusts together to minimize, if not eliminate, your personal liability when it comes to your investment properties. Learn common mistakes many investors make when approaching real estate asset protection.
Asset Protection, Tax, and Estate Planning Blog
Learn the strategies for business owners, real estate investors and traders provided by our expert advisors, attorneys and, CPAs at Anderson.
Every business deals with expenses; like it or not, money has to be spent in the process of earning income. However, deducting expenses from tax returns helps business owners, real estate investors, etc., minimize their tax bills. Deducting expenses can be a tricky...read more
It is natural to indulge in the illusions of hope. We are apt to shut our eyes to that siren until she allures us to our death. – Gertrude Stein Does the thought of increasing your real estate purchasing power get your “juices” going? If so, you’re not alone. Talk to any serious real estate investor and you will probably hear the same complaint: “I have more deals than I do money or credit.” Some investors solve this issue through simultaneous closings or with hard-money lenders. Others take a different approach by actively soliciting people with cash to invest in their deals. The allure is obvious: “get rich through real estate investing.” Heck, who wouldn’t want to do that? You partner with me, we invest together, and we all make money. Right? Well…yes. If it’s done right. And That’s the Tricky Part. Unfortunately, many investors make mistakes that unwittingly trade one problem for another, and it’s not a trade I’d make: lack of cash versus potential civil and criminal liability. If the investor’s fundraising activities are properly structured, then liability diminishes accordingly. But that’s just one of many “ifs” of which you need to be mindful when you’re working with …read more
A subject that comes up quite often at Anderson, when helping set up entities for clients, is clarifying the difference between a hobby vs business. What exactly differentiates the two? While it may seem like a trivial matter, the IRS has very clear rules about what...read more
You know that you have up to $500,000 in capital-gain exclusions when you sell your personal residence—but what if your house has more value than that? This time, we’ll talk about how to sell even a pricey residence without having to take a heavy tax “hit.” The High-Ticket Dilemma As you know, under Section 121, if you’ve lived in a house for two out of the past five years, you can sell that property and exclude gains up to $500,000 as a married couple filing jointly, and up to $250,000 as a single. But anything over and above that gets taxed as long-term capital gains. This is the dilemma that faced some clients I had in California, who had a personal residence that would represent $1 million in gain. When they saw a potential of $500,000 more than what they could exclude under Section 121, they asked me, “Clint, how can we sell this property and not pay any tax?” It’s actually amazingly simple. I told them, “Move out of your house, arrange to rent a home in your new area, and then designate this home as a rental. List it on VRBO. Put it on Airbnb. Show the IRS …read more
The C Corporation versus the S Corporation Why Would Anyone Use a C-Corporation? John is a real estate investor who is wholesaling and flipping properties. He is in the beginning stages of his business and some attorney says to create something called a...read more
Greg Boots, Anderson Advisors Partner, appeared on Altmeyer Financial Radio to discuss retirement plans and health care planning strategies. During this interview, Greg shares several tools business owners and real estate investors can use to better plan for...read more
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Las Vegas Operations Office
3225 McLeod Drive, Suite 100
Las Vegas, NV 89121
M-F 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Las Vegas Office
Las Vegas Event Center
1980 Festival Plaza Drive, Suite 550
Las Vegas, Nevada, 89135
M-F 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Las Vegas Office
732 Broadway Suite, #201
Tacoma, WA 98402
M-F 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM