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Succession planning allows you to transfer your wealth creating potential.
Many who own family businesses, will move into retirement over the next two decades. A delicate process referred to as “succession” or “business continuity” planning can lead to relinquishing leadership roles while transferring their businesses to the next generation.
By developing a succession strategy you can fairly distribute business assets; transfer the power and authority associated with leadership from the senior to next generation; and cultivate family harmony. The successor then becomes the new steward of the family legacy.
An excellent plan will establish the best possible tax planning to limit liabilities that can occur.
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