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Photo of Lance Hennesay and his father who owned a family business and utilized family business transition planning to determine the future of the small business.

Being related to your business partner might only complicate things if you don’t account for how it affects your work. Here are 7 tips to help mix family and business.

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Your small business may not be ready for a full-time CFO or HR department. But there are ways to get extra help by strategically hiring consultants when you need them.

4 minute read
Photo of Bell Brothers Heating & Air, a small business creating a plan for succession.

As a small business owner, know the true value of your business and have a succession plan in place. Here’s how one small business is forming a plan. 

6 minute read
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Key Person disability insurance provides a financial cushion to help handle the loss of a key employee. Learn how it can help protect your business.

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Like people, businesses move through natural lifecycles, and your financial planning should reflect the stage your business is in.

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Key person insurance is a simple, efficient way to provide your business with the funds necessary to handle the loss of a key employee.

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