Be certain of your business’ financial well-being despite life’s uncertainties.
When a co-owner in a business dies, the affected owner’s estate can be left severely exposed, but the remaining owners could also face potential problems. The purpose of a buy-and-sell agreement is to provide the surviving co-owners with cash to purchase the interest of a deceased co-owner. Take Control - don't let it be a surprise.
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If you’ve ever signed surety for your business’ debt, the financial wellbeing of your family may be at risk.
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Business owners are known for pouring their heart, soul and a big portion of their money into their businesses. But some things, like retirement planning, aren’t in the business plan.
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What happens to your employees when they retire? Your employees are your business’ biggest asset. Ensuring they are part of a retirement fund is one of the small things you can do to recognise their value and allow your employees to have the retirement they deserve.
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