Diane Kennedy, CPA, joins Anthony Verna for episode 33 of the Law & Business podcast.

Diane has written a dozen or so books and had the fortune of hitting the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Business West best seller lists with some of them. That’s even more remarkable because her books are about tax, accounting and investing. They aren’t your typical beach books.

Diane and Anthony talk about the need for corporate structuring and the possibility for licensing within holding and parent-child companies for intellectual property use.

Diane does recommend having holding companies that own IP and fully discusses the asset protection that is in place for the business.  Ownership and licensing matter greatly to the tax ramification.