While the economy is certainly volatile, there are many ways to capitalize upon the uncertainty and leverage opportunities for asset growth.
Jonathan & Michael are joined by attorney Robert Buechner to discuss tax-advantaged strategies for investing in the current market climate.
The conversation dives into specific ways to leverage the law and investing to achieve tax preferred growth in venture capital and other assets as we move towards a buyer’s market.
About Robert Buechner
Robert W. Buechner is President of the law firm of Buechner Haffer Meyers & Koenig Co., L.P.A. in Cincinnati, Ohio. He is a graduate of Princeton University and the University of Michigan Law School and has earned the prestigious CLU and ChFC designations from the American College.
He has been designated as a Super Lawyer since 2009 and is certified as a specialist in Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law by the Ohio State Bar Association.
Nationally recognized as an authority on tax and financial matters, Mr. Buechner has authored six books, published 18 articles and has spoken at over 1,000 tax, financial, and motivational forums. He has also spoken at the Million Dollar Roundtable and nine CLU Institutes.
In addition, he has been an entrepreneur starting “Team Coaching for Winning at Life” and has developed a seminar program with Tara L. Robinson titled “Connecting Passion and Purpose.” Also he has been a co-chair of “Champions for Urban Youth” which connects caring adults with inner city children.
He has served as Chair or Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the following organizations: Southwestern Ohio Tax Institute, Tax section of the Cincinnati Bar Association, church council of Hyde Park Community United Methodist Church, the City Club, Greater Cincinnati Estate Planning Council, the Cincinnatus Association, the Princeton Club of Southwestern, Ohio and Cincinnati Country Day School. (“CCDS”). He hosted his own T.V. show, “Greater Cincinnati Business Review” for 11 years. He has also served on the Board of Directors of two publicly traded corporations and is a former trustee of SORTA.
Mr. Buechner has been a volunteer mentor in our public schools for over 25 years earning the prestigious “Extra Mile” Award in 2002. In addition, the Cincinnati Bar Association awarded him the first John Warrington Community Service Award in 1997 and he received the “Chieftain” award from CCDS in 2016 for outstanding community service.