• Retirement plans for the self-employed: Choosing the right plan for you

    Saving for retirement is a main concern for most working folks, but as a self-employed individual, there are a number of differences for your retirement planning strategies.

  • Selling your company to your employees

    If you’re starting to think about selling your small business to enable retirement, you may want to consider an employee stock option plan.

  • Getting your company ready for sale

    Planning the retirement for a business owner is significantly more complicated than planning the retirement of an employee.

  • Do you have an exit strategy for your business?

    Choosing how you register your business (the form of your new organization) is an important decision during the life of your business and when planning for your exit strategy.

  • Selling your business: How to take chips off the table while staying in the game

    In the game of poker, there comes a time when you reach a crossroads and take stock of the chips on the table.

  • Insurance Solutions for Business Owners

    The day-to-day demands of running a business can be all-consuming. Often, there’s little time left over to think strategically about the future—whether it’s mitigating potential risks down the road, ensuring the long-term viability and continuity of the enterprise, or putting plans in place to one day monetize your life’s work. This article takes a look at a few important considerations for the protection of you and your business.

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