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Asset Protection Planning-Part 2-When is it too late? [PODCAST]

Wayne Zell’s extensive background as an attorney, CPA, and entrepreneur provide him a wealth of insight to his clients’ business operations and challenges. In addition to working at law firms, he has worked for three of the former “Big Eight” accounting firms. His understanding of small business dynamics grew from the time he served as General Counsel and CFO of YellowBrix, Inc., an internet content provider and enterprise software developer.

Please listen to Part 2 of a four-part podcast by Wayne M. Zell, Esq. on Protecting Your Assets from Creditors and Predators.  This segment focuses on when a transfer by a debtor may be unwound by creditors as a “fraudulent conveyance.”

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