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Entity structuring is one of those often-overlooked areas of Real Estate Investing that can be kind of like the flu- you don’t really give much thought to it until you get it (it, in the case of entity structuring, being a lawsuit), but once you have it- you can think of little else.

Let’s face it folks, we live in a litigious society.  The United States has more attorneys per capita than any other country in the world, and many of them sit by the phone, eagerly awaiting a call from a client without the money to pay their fee (thereby allowing the charging of 50% plus contingent fees), who have slipped and fell in a rental property, or a host of other things that might mean that Mr. Big Hat Rich Landlord is getting sued.

Proper entity structuring won’t preserve your assets if you really did something horrible and deserve to be sued- but it will keep attorneys of the “ambulance chasing” variety away from you like a hot tin roof to a cat!

Ki Shin is a CPA with over 20 years experience, primarily in dealing with Real Estate Investors.  In fact, Ki was previously the tax manager for the largest real estate company in the nation!

Ki Ho Shin, CPA, with over 25 years of experience in accounting, operational and financial auditing, business consulting, and tax services, I thoroughly enjoy and am committed to providing face-to-face interactions with my clients to learn and to solve everyday business issues.

In addition, Ki and Ki Ho Shin will be covering important changes to the tax code that affect Investors in 2015.


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