Using FTDs In Buy-Sell Plans

Smart business owners plan for the orderly disposition and transfer of their interests in their companies in the event of their death, disability or retirement. Whether the business is a corporation, partnership or a limited liability company (LLC), a buy-sell agreement is usually the centerpiece of this planning, particularly when past and future owners are unrelated. Some form of permanent life

Smart business owners plan for the orderly disposition and transfer of their interests in their companies in the event of their death, disability or retirement. Whether the business is a corporation, partnership or a limited liability company (LLC), a buy-sell agreement is usually the centerpiece of this planning, particularly when past and future owners are unrelated. Some form of permanent life insurance is usually needed to fund the agreement for a number of reasons, including the need for

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