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Benefits of Forming an LLC

By reading this article you are either a real estate investor, or an aspiring real estate investor. You have surely talked with people discussing LLCs (Limited Liability Companies.) One of the struggles investors run into…

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How to Protect Yourself as a Real Estate Money Partner

One of the more elegant features of the real estate world is the way the whole ecosystem encourages symbiosis. Investors often are stronger together, especially in the face of an obstacle. For most investors, start-up…

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Using Corporations to Manage Real Estate LLCs: The REI’s Basic Guide

It’s important to set up your real estate LLCs appropriately. Not just for obvious business reasons, but because improperly established, noncompliant or mismanaged LLCs are pointless at best and costly at worst. Your entire asset…

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Finders’ Fee Arrangements for Real Estate Investors: What You Need to Know

Finders’ fees can have a few meanings in real estate, but generally the term refers to the chunk of change a “middleman” in your deal can take. Sometimes they’re gifts, other times it’s a commission…

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How to Control Property Without Owning It: 3 Simple Methods

We often emphasize that fabulously wealthy folks don’t own assets, they control them. It’s something we point out often at Royal Legal Solutions, because you don’t have to be rich (yet) to borrow a few…

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Equity Sharing for Real Estate Investors: Methods for Acquiring & Protecting Your Shared Asset

Equity sharing is an increasingly popular way for investors to reap the rewards of investing even if they’re strapped for time or cash. Such arrangements can allow cash-poor or newer investors with time for pavement-pounding/vetting/reading…

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Is It Legal to Have an Offshore Bank Account?

Yes, now let’s all go out for a drink. Just kidding. We take this question very seriously as asset protection professionals. But we’e also human, and understand why off-shore accounts sometimes get a bad rap…

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What Is Corporate Compliance and Why It’s Important For Investors

If you go through the effort of forming, building, and growing a company, you want to be sure to do everything you can to protect your business. One thing you simply can’t afford to ignore…

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Living Trust Versus A Will: What’s the Benefits For REI?

Many investors don’t even know how crucial it is to have an estate plan. While planning for the unexpected is uncomfortable at times, it is essential for all of us. Yet the real estate investor…

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Three Ways to Properly Legally Protect A Personal Residence

We talk all the time here on the Royal Legal Solutions blog about the importance of legally protecting your real estate investments. Far less online material is devoted to the asset protection of personal residences….

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Three Reasons to Start a New Business After Retirement

There are many compelling reasons to operate a small business in retirement. It’s a great use of your time, a productive application of your mind, and a gateway to financial opportunity. For today, let’s talk…

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Real Estate Joint Venture Liabilities Likely to Get You Sued

Freddy Stein is an active real estate flipper making big moves in the Atlanta market. He currently has four properties he’s rehabilitating, all held under his corporation.  Bad idea! We always recommend that our clients…

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The Basics of a Series LLC

When it comes to creating your own business or even forming one that already exists and putting it under your name, there are a few things you need to know. You may want to form…

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Series LLC Record Keeping Rules

Everything should be kept on record when doing business. It is always a smart idea to have everything in writing to ensure it is all done right. The same goes for a series LLC and…

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How to Close Down Your Business Yourself

For many small business owners, closing down a business can be a daunting task. This is especially true if your business has incurred a large amount of debt. For most businesses, having some portion of…

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Going Out of Business: Liquidate Assets Yourself or File Bankruptcy?

If you are going out of business, owe a significant amount of money to one or many parties, trying to…

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How To Properly Liquidate a Closing Business’s Assets

There is more to liquidating your business assets than just posting a yard sale sign. Below, Royal Legal Solutions help you better understand the scope of liquidation and how to best order the chaos a…

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How to Notify Creditors of Business Closure to Limit Liability

Closing your business can be a very stressful time. Not only are you shutting down a chapter of your life, but you also must notify those you have done business with, such as supplies, customers,…

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When Does a Sole Proprietor Need an EIN?

An EIN is your business’s federal employer identification number. It’s a nine-digit…

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Making Sense of Fraudulent Conveyance and the Land Trust

A fraudulent conveyance happens when someone illegally transfers assets or property into someone else’s name, such as spouse, friend or family member, or even a business partner, just to avoid creditors. If you are selling your property or other assets to someone you know for an insignificant amount of money,…

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Real Estate Investors Can’t Just Rely On Insurance

Real Estate Investors Can’t Just Rely On Insurance [00:08] Insurance companies are…

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What are the Main Differences Between a Series LLC and an S Corporation?

For many entrepreneurs, limiting their liabilities is an important factor when establishing a business. Because of this, most start with…

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