financial planning

What are Asset Protection Services?

Asset protection services exist to help place your dental practice’s assets in a position where they are all but untouchable by those you do not wish to have access to them. In the world you live in, one that’s rich with dangers and potential financial pitfalls, protecting your dental practice’s assets and wealth is more important than you may realize – whether you have a large sum of assets or not.

What Risks Impact Your Assets?

Most people are surprised to learn about the wide range of risks they face when it comes to securing and protecting assets. These risks include:

  • Unemployment
  • Disability
  • Death
  • Age
  • Health
  • Divorce
  • Retirement
  • Layoffs
  • Injury
  • Medical Expenses
  • Litigation
  • Judgments
  • Legal Expenses

The list goes on and on. There are hundreds of risks, large and small, that place your practice’s assets at risk every day. That’s why it’s so important to consult with a financial planner or dental accountant that has experience providing asset protection services.

How Can You Protect Your Assets Through Asset Protection Services?

First and foremost, consider using asset protection services from a professional experienced in protecting wealth and assets. Asset protection services involve a blend of financial planning and insurance using specialists such as dental CPAs, attorneys, estate planners, insurance experts, financial planners and/or asset protection specialists.

Careful financial planning is the most important thing you can do to protect your practice’s assets now, and in the future. This is putting your head together with a professional who specializes in asset protection services, developing a plan to manage your existing assets, accumulate future assets, minimize risks and sustain growth over time. Important tools in your arsenal for your goals of financial growth and asset protection include insurance, proper planning and attention to detail.

Insurance

There are many types of insurance products on the market today. There is insurance coverage that protects your dental practice’s assets themselves. There is also insurance coverage that protects you from liability in the event that someone is injured by or on one of your assets. There’s even insurance to cover liability related to professional dental services you offer. In other words, there’s a type of insurance for many different contingencies and you should carefully consider which types of insurance serve to best protect your assets today and in the future. Having adequate insurance, however, is an asset protecting contingency that must be covered. Other insurance to consider includes medical insurance, loss of income insurance, life insurance and disability insurance.

Financial Planning

Financial planning includes components designed to reduce your risks, increase the value of your assets and sustain growth as time goes by. It involves estate planning, wealth protection, tax minimization strategies and wealth recommendations to maximize return. It’s important to work with qualified financial planners with specific experience in asset protection services for this critical task.

You want to know that your future is protected and assured. One way to increase that likelihood is by taking steps today to protect your dental practice’s assets and wealth for the long term by considering the use of asset-protection professionals. Life takes unexpected turns all the time. You can rest much easier knowing that you’re covered for most of the contingencies that could ever come your way.