Succession Planning: What Happens After?

Succession Planning: What Happens After?

Now that you have the correct "who" and the correct "what," you must make sure you can follow through on The Plan.  The first issue all parties need to conclude is that "potholes and speed bumps" will occur. There will be business disruptions, only this time you are not steering the boat. But whether you like it or not, you still have an interest.

The business is still your baby and you want it to succeed.You need the payment from the buyout – to some degree. The Wealth Manager's work shows up here.

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Succession Planning: Who will be the New Boss?

Succession Planning: Who will be the New Boss?

Succession planning can be a difficult subject to broach with many business owners.

We have worked with many companies and their transition to a new "Boss.”  Unfortunately, it doesn't usually have the time needed to be done correctly because the current boss does not want to talk about it.  According to my wife, it is like trying to get me to go to the Emergency Room – I almost need to be seeing the white light in the tunnel. For many business owners, succession planning can feel a lot like this.

We have found there are four possible prospects for a succession plan...

Aurora Businessman Gives Back By Helping College Students Learn To Manage Finances

Aurora Businessman Gives Back By Helping College Students Learn To Manage Finances

Aurora Businessman Gives Back By Helping College Students Learn To Manage Finances

(Aurora, IL)—January 2017–Passionate about giving back to his community and educating people on the importance of financial planning, Jack Meyer and Craig Anderson, owners and wealth advisors of Meyer Wealth Advisors in Aurora, donated 50 Evolve Planners to a group of Aurora University students.

3 Tips on Protecting and Managing Yourself After an Inheritance

3 Tips on Protecting and Managing Yourself After an Inheritance

On the outside, this may seem like the best problem to have – you’ve inherited money or received an unexpected windfall and there is so much you don’t know what to do with it all. The reality of this situation is always a bit different than the brain can imagine. Studies have shown that most people spend all of their inheritance within five years. Here are our three top tips on keeping that money and making it work for you...