JS 43: Building Your Financial Castle with Kevin Wessell President of the Hope for Congo Foundation

September 20th, 2012 by Jason | 1 Comment »

Kevin WessellKevin Wessell is the president of The Hope for Congo Foundation, which is dedicated to the belief that education is the best way to break the cycle of poverty to give children around the world hope for a brighter future. He believes that every child should have the opportunity to have an education. Mr. Wessell has been an advocate for the free enterprise system because, when operated properly, it has proven to be the best system in the world for providing for the needs of the widest segment of the population.

Kevin teaches seminars in the US and Canada on subjects ranging from asset protection to real estate investing, primarily educating attorneys. With the lopsided lawsuit count in the United States compared to other countries of the world, it just makes sense for a US person to erect and maintain a legal fortress to ward off such an attack. By holding assets properly, you can live a comfortable lifestyle, yet, as the lyrics of the Bob Dylan song “Rolling Stone,” say, “When you ain’t got nothin’, you got nothin’ to lose.”

Mr. Wessell acted as the CEO of Companies Incorporated for many years and provides his services to  1-800-COMPANY, LLLP, a company formation, business support and consulting firm in Santa Clarita, California, located on the northern edge of the City of Los Angeles. He is a nationally recognized speaker and teaches asset protection and real estate investing courses in the US and internationally where he provides information and solid, helpful tips to entrepreneurs. Many of his clients are attorneys, CPAs, business people and other members of the general public. Mr. Wessell was born and raised in a small town in Oregon and is a proud husband and father.

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