Do you anticipate a tax bill this year? You may want to consider deferring a portion of your income as part of an overall tax planning and cash management strategy.
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"Brook Hollow has been at the forefront of innovative solutions for attorney capital needs and financial planning for many years. For a mass tort firm, revenue generation follows a feast or famine cycle. Expenses, however, remain a constant. As a result, forward thinking financial planning and access to capital are a necessity – not merely a creative afterthought – to long term success. Brook Hollow has been a wonderful partner in helping to secure long term success for our firm." - Justin Witkin - | AWKO Law
"Historically, my firm could either see half of its income go straight to Uncle Sam or it could defer income in a relatively low-yield annuity. Thankfully, I met the Brook Hollow team who provided me with creative solutions that went above and beyond simply meeting short-term capital needs. Their ability to help attorneys achieve long-term economic success through unique financial planning and access to low-interest funding has been a game changer for me. My only regret is that I did not meet them sooner.” - Benjamin Anderson - | Anderson Law Offices LLC
When opportunities like TVM come around, accessing capital that isn’t yours comes at a high cost. It’s unlikely to come from the bank with a reasonable 6% interest rate. To increase the share of...Continue Reading
A famous study conducted at Stanford University in the 1960s and 70s concluded that 4 year olds who deferred consumption of a marshmallow when promised a greater reward for waiting 15 minutes tended...Continue Reading