Own nothing, but control everything. The rich use corporations to keep nothing in their name. It’s a hedge against liability and a type of insurance.
Own nothing, control everything.
This does not equate to greed, so before you go crazy with rebuttals, think. It’s a way to protect your house or car from being seized should a business deal or partnership go bad. It’s a way to remain private, especially in Nevada.
It’s an insurance. Own nothing, but control everything.