Managing Assets through Specialised Trusts

Updated: May 3

One of the Wealth Masters Club’s teachings focuses on the role of specialised trusts in managing personal wealth and business operations effectively.

However, “A trust needs to be something specifically for you, for your situation and for your family or business. It is not just one trust, it is about the structure of the trusts. Through the trust system we separate our assets from our liabilities in a double trust structure,” explains Coert Coetzee, founder and CEO of the Wealth Masters Club.

For example, a furniture manufacturing company’s equipment, tools, furniture and vehicles should be in a company asset trust. The shares of the company should be in another trust because they carry risk. The operations of the company can be done by a Pty limited company in South Africa because of the sound company laws. If the company faces financial hardship, its assets are protected through the trust system.

MEMBER’S FUNCTION 5 MAY

A member function is to be held in Durban on Wednesday 5 May. At this event existing members are offered a refresher course on the basics of the Wealth Masters Club’s system and are able to engage with Coert Coetzee in person. Guests are welcome at this function, to see whether or not they have an appetite for the system.

To register visit www.wealthmastersclub.com

WEBINAR 8 MAY

In addition, the Wealth Masters Club will be conducting a webinar on Saturday 8 May. This unique and popular full-day course, teaches both experienced and novice investors how to create enormous wealth and tax-free cash flow through the use of a specialised trust structure with a specific type of property investment.

The information shared on the course is absolutely essential for both the ordinary person and the investor who wishes to create everlasting financial freedom for themselves and their children.

To register visit Wealth Masters (wealthmastersclub.com)



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