Create a Plan for Family Business Succession

If you don't
show up at the office tomorrow, who will open the doors? Do you have a successor you trust, groomed and ready to step in? In a family business, a blood relative is important, but it doesn't guarantee that the person will nurture your company and care for customers the way you do. Don't leave the future of your business to chance. Here is some information with this key decision.


We Have Answers for Your Family Business Questions

Are you concerned because your children who work in the family business are not making equal contributions, yet they're being treated equal financially? Are you lacking a succession plan? These issues could threaten your company and your family.
 
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Create A Plan For Family Business Succession


 
If you don't show up at the office tomorrow, who will open the doors? Do you have a successor you trust, groomed and ready to step in? In a family business, a blood relative is important, but it doesn't guarantee that the person will nurture your company and care for customers the way you do. Don't leave the future of your business to chance.

Click "Full Article" below for some help with this key decision.


Is This Your Situation — Your Children as Future Owners?

You own a profitable business and your children work with you. Eventually, you know the younger generation will take over but you're not quite ready to pass the torch. Plus, you're secretly nervous about depending on them one day — or worse, working for them.