screenshot-2016-12-02-08-17-48This White Paper discusses business continuity planning in a way that you may not expect. Typically, when owners think of business continuity, they do so at the prompting of an insurance or legal advisor who warns that unless owners take prudent measures, they will leave their families unprotected in the event of death or permanent disability.

Business continuity is, on the other hand, a means of handling a variety of transfer events and consequences that impact the business and the remaining (or new) owner when the original owner leaves. This White Paper discusses the multiple problems – facing sole owners and owners in multi-owner companies – that an owner’s death or disability creates for the business, for the other owners (if any), and sometimes, for the family. It also proposes solutions to each of these problems. 

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