7 Questions for Succession Planning

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By Ed Mendlowitz
The CPA Trendlines Practice Doctor

Clients who own businesses should have a plan of succession.

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One plan should be for when and how they will retire, and another for if they should die while they are in full control of the business. Things happen and will happen and can be devastating to the family – financially and emotionally.