Author Archives: John A. House

About John A. House

John A. House, ChFC, is President and CEO of Coyote Financial, Inc, a financial services firm with offices in Scottsdale, AZ and Minneapolis, MN. John is an active owner and member of the Board of Directors of AdvisorNet Financial, a multi-faceted financial services firm supporting over 150 individual financial advisors who collectively manage nearly $5 billion in assets. John is a Registered Representative of Financial Network Investment Corporation, one of the nation’s largest independently managed broker/dealers. John has been actively involved in the financial services industry for a period of thirty years. He is registered to sell securities in 10 states and shares his experience through private appointments, continuing education workshops and special engagements nationwide. John is a member (graduate) of the American Society for Chartered Financial Consultants and has been awarded by the American College, the "Chartered Financial Consultant" (ChFC) professional designation. He is also a member of the National Financial Planning Association (FPA), Central Arizona Estate Planning Counsel (CAEPC), the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA), the Family Firm Institute (FFI), the Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce, and on the Board of Directors of the Planned Giving Round Table (PGR) of Arizona. John is an active member of the Advanced Association of Life Underwriters (AALU) and Vice-Chairman of its nationally organized Charitable Planning Counsel.

Estate Tax Laws Are In Flux — Start Strategizing Now

Estate Tax Laws Are In Flux - AZ Business Magazine Sept/Oct 2010

Let’s begin with a reasonably well-founded observation: The official repeal this year of estate taxes has seriously flawed most testamentary plans and created mild chaos for estate practitioners. Traditionally, estate planning attorneys have employed “word formula” dispositions phrased in terms of tax concepts for their drafted wills and trusts. For example, for people with larger… Read More →