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Employer who has learned about the economic outlook in 2019 and how it will affect her business.

From market volatility to a potential cap on interest rates, here's a closer look at what may be in store for plan sponsors and employees in the year ahead.

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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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Could your business survive without you and your revenue for a month? Six months? Even longer?

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One of a business owner’s key responsibilities is creating a strategic transition plan, so the business can keep going after you’ve moved on.

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Key Person Replacement Insurance helps offset losing a key contributor by paying benefits to an employer if an employee becomes disabled.

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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.

Insurance from Principal issued by Principal National Life (except in NY) and Principal Life Insurance Company, Des Moines, IA 50392.