ATLANTA, GA, April 22, 2016 /24-7PressRelease/
-- A new book titled "Legal Handbook for Financial Planning in 2016" provides sorely needed easy-to-understand legal guidance relating to personal finances for individuals and households making $75,000 to $400,000 in 2016.
As the forward section of the book points out, Suze Orman preaches to the masses about personal finances, and the wealthy receive advice from attorneys, CPAs and certified financial planners. However, there are few who offer legal guidance relating to financial planning that helps middle and upper middle income households. The book is designed to so help this group.
The author is Allen Buckley, J.D., LL.M. (Tax), CPA. Mr. Buckley has authored or co-authored more than 30 professional articles and two books. He has also authored numerous articles on public finances that have been published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. As an attorney, Mr. Buckley has been AV Martindale-Hubbell rated since 1996--the highest possible in terms of work quality and ethics. He works in the areas of tax, employee benefits, estate planning, business law and administrative law.
Topics covered in the book include federally favored activities and groups, asset protection, federal tax planning, options for doing business (i.e., best entity type), benefiting from Obamacare, maximizing federal financial aid for college, saving for retirement, non-saving preparation for retirement, and anticipating disability and providing for the disabled. A chapter summarizes the federal tax system, the federal entitlements system and retirement plan rules. The final chapter covers common scenarios.
The book is available on Createspace.com and Amazon.com. The retail price is $14.99.
Allen Buckley said: "At $14.99, I think the book is a good investment for individuals and households making $75,000 to $400,000 in 2016."
Mr. Buckley can be reached for comment at (404) 610-1936. Mr. Buckley's law firm's website is www.allenbuckleylaw.com