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Our first priority is helping you take care of yourself and your family. We want to learn more about your personal situation, identify your dreams and goals, and understand your tolerance for risk. Long-term relationships that encourage open and honest communication have been the cornerstone of my foundation of success.
Your key employees are more than just employees; they are essential to running your business.
That’s why losing even one is too many. When that happens, you may face:• The void left by someone who has in-depth knowledge and expertise• Unsettled or unhappy coworkers• Putting more money into replacing and training a new employee
Simply put, risk management helps protect your business and family against risk.
Say something happens to you, or a security breach or act of nature disrupts the business.• Can things still run without you?• Would your best customers stick around?• Could you rebuild if necessary?• And most important, is your family still protected?
Make sure your business lands in the right hands after you exit. We get it, you’re busy. Very busy. And thinking about your successor isn’t necessarily a top priority when you’re still in charge.So what’s the harm in waiting?• The proceeds from the sale of your business may not fully fund your retirement, as planned. Then what?• The proper agreements may not be in place to pass the business to a family member, partner, or key employee. Who will take over then?• You think you know what your business is worth. But has a valuation ever been done to back that up?
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The Business Cycle
The end goal is to protect you from any of the scenarios we covered here so your business will stay in business. That’s far more likely when you plan ahead and address important “what ifs” now. You may not have all the answers, but that’s where we come in.