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An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” — Benjamin Franklin

Our knowledge and commitment to educating ourselves in the complicated areas of tax planning and asset management delineate our team of professionals. Blackhawk Capital Partners strives to provide its’ clients with educational tools that point them down a path to a future with enhanced wealth, increased cash flow and improved security.

Disability Insurance

Financially, a disability is significantly more expensive than death. With a disability, income is reduced or eliminated and expenses increase. It makes sense to protect yourself and your family when the cost is low. Many physicians and other successful business professionals overlook one of the most significant threats...
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Asset Protection: Exempt Assets

Shrewd investors maximize the use of exempt assets in a portfolio. Exempt assets are those which cannot be claimed in a lawsuit such as a primary residence, alimony, annuities etc.. Exempt assets are considered to be great asset-protection tools because...
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The Sliding Scale of Asset Protection

Asset-protection advisors measure the legal protection afforded a client’s assets by using a sliding scale. This scale represents a continuum of protection. Some assets are completely unprotected and others are highly protected.
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Asset Protection During Divorce

A little financial planning can go a long way toward making sure that divorce does not completely disrupt a family’s finances. Divorce is one of the most common and serious threats to financial security in the United States.
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New Year Tax Planning

While most tax-planning articles are published at year end, we realize that it is beneficial to taxpayers to begin their planning as early as possible. We offer a number of suggested actions you can take at the beginning of this year that can reduce your tax burden.
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Asset Protection

Along with earning power and retirement accounts, the home is often the family’s most valuable asset. Beyond its financial worth, the home often has significant emotional value. Many clients who engage in asset-protection planning often begin with the question: “How can I protect my home?”
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