Posts Tagged ‘Transition Planning’

Founders and Transition Planning

Founders and Transition Planning

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Don’t let “founder’s syndrome” impede your succession planning Are you the founder of your company? If so, congratulations — you’ve created something truly amazing! And it’s more than understandable that you’d want to protect your legacy: the company you created. But, as time goes on, it becomes increasingly important that…

Put Your Successor in a Position to Succeed

Put Your Successor in a Position to Succeed

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Business owners: Put your successor in a position to succeed When it comes time to transition your role as the business owner to someone else, you’ll face many changes. One of them is becoming a mentor. As such, you’ll have to communicate clearly, show some patience and have a clear…

A Successor in your Transition Plan

A Successor in your Transition Plan

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3 Hot Spots to Look for Your Successor Picking someone to lead your company after you step down is probably among the hardest aspects of retiring (or otherwise moving on). Sure, there are some business owners who have a ready-made successor waiting in the wings at a moment’s notice. But…

Insurance and Your Succession Plan

Insurance and Your Succession Plan

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Consider key person insurance as a succession plan safeguard In business, and in life, among the most important ways to manage risk is through insurance. For certain types of companies — particularly start-ups and small businesses — one major threat is the sudden loss of an owner or hard-to-replace employee….

Valuation Expertise is key to Succession Planning

Valuation Expertise is key to Succession Planning

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What can a valuation expert do for your succession plan? Most business owners spend a lifetime building their business. And when it comes to succession, they face the difficult decision of whether to sell, dissolve or transfer the business to family members (or a nonfamily successor). Many complicated issues are…