Asset Protection Society – State Rep.

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Are you considering becoming a State Representative for the APS If so, you believe in the concept of asset protection and want to have input as to the direction the society will take as we go forward, you want to help the society grow, and you want to further the APS’s goal of protecting and educating the public on asset protection done “the right way”.

Being an APS State Representative is an excellent networking and marketing tool. The APS believes that the State Representatives will help the society grow and, in turn, grow their own practice through education and information delivery to the public and other advisors.

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Are you considering becoming a State Representative for the APS?

If so, you believe in the concept of asset protection and want to have input as to the direction the society will take as we go forward, you want to help the society grow, and you want to further the APS goal of protecting and educating the public on asset protection done “the right way”.

Being an APS State Representative is an excellent networking and marketing tool. The APS believes that the State Representatives will help the society grow and, in turn, grow their own practice through education and information delivery to the public and other advisors.

1. Keep up to date on latest asset protection information.

2. Get your questions answered regarding a myriad of asset protection topics.

3. Belong to a group of top advisors from around the globe.

4. Get assessments for your clients.

5. Access to best sources of insurance related products.

6. Special discounts for seminars and educational products.

7. Use of the Asset Protection Logo for gaining long standing credibility.

Q & A for APS State Reps

How many state reps are allowed in a given area?

Generally speaking we allow five in each state (3 financial planners/insurance advisors, 1 CPA/accountant/EA, and 1 attorney). However, there are many states where five state reps is not enough. In Florida for example can accommodate 15 state reps. because the state is geographically large and has a large population.

How does the APS choose its state reps?

It’s done on a first come firs server basis for those who know or who pledge to learn the asset protection subject matter (passing the “A” rated advisor test) and those who pledge to spend time every week being a good will ambassador for the APS.

State reps are as much figure heads as anything else. It is the duty of a state rep. to contact local advisors to tell them about the APS and how important it is for every advisor to learn this important subject matter.

If you have a passion for asset protection and want to use this subject matter to get to know others in your community, please email or contact us at 888-435-6030.

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